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Dartmouth Compliance and Ethics Hotline

Dartmouth College is committed to an environment where all Dartmouth community members are encouraged to report any suspected violations of law or Dartmouth policy without fear of retaliation.
Dartmouth has contracted with an independent third party (EthicsPoint) to serve as the point of intake for receiving complaints and concerns. This service supplements existing offices on campus that help register such concerns, including such issues as academic and research misconduct, child abuse, financial misconduct, sexual assault or abuse, or confidentiality concerns.

We have prepared an FAQ document that provides additional information on this process.
Click here to report any activities that you believe may involve violations of law or Dartmouth policy.

Employment Verification

Employment verification is an important step in the process of bringing a new employee on-board.  Effective November 1, 2008 Dartmouth's process for determining the employment eligibility of employees will include both the paper I-9 process as well as using the E-Verify program.  All employees hired on or after November 2, 2008 must have their employment verified using the E-Verify systems.  Our participation in this program requires that all forms of identification used as "list B" identity documents bear a photo.  New hires will need to complete the I-9 form and be verified through the E-Verify program at any of the following locations:

1)  The EIS/Payroll Office located in Suite 309 at 7 Lebanon St.

2)  The Office of Human Resources in Suite 203 at 7 Lebanon St.

3)  With a trained I-9 division representative

As a reminder the I-9 and E-Verify process must take place within the first 3 days of employment.

The following resources may be useful for hiring managers and I-9 Division Representatives: 

E-Verify Dartmouth Internal Referral Forms

Employment Verification Policies

Resources for I-9 Representatives

Last Updated: 5/7/14