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OPAL's New Home
Dartmouth understands that a 21st century liberal arts education integrates respect for, and understanding of, the unique and essential benefits of living, learning, sharing, and working in an inclusive global community.
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL), advances Dartmouth's commitment to academic success, diversity, inclusion, and wellness by engaging students in identity, community, and leadership development. OPAL provides academic and sociocultural advising, designs and facilitates educational programs, and serves as advocates for all students and communities. OPAL is for all students who want to get the most from their unique Dartmouth experience.
Contact OPAL to get connected.
If you are joining the Dartmouth College community in the fall of 2013, OPAL would like to welcome you to connect with any of our affinity communities or programs that you identify with. Also, be sure to check all the important information and upcoming dates for Orientation including International Student Orientation, and some frequently asked questions to the Undergraduate Deans Office.
OPAL is working with numerous campus departments to launch a new webpage later this spring with the expectation to End Bias at Dartmouth. The End Bias at Dartmouth page will provide resources on prevention, intervention, and support following incidences of bias. If you are a witness to, or a target of, bias on the Dartmouth campus, please report it so that immediate support can be provided.
What is happening this weekend at the United State's 2nd Largest Pow-wow? Is the Campus Climate Coalition still meeting every other Friday? Who is the latest OPAL Intern Extraordinaire?? For the answer to these and many other OPAL related questions, view OPAL's latest newsletter.
Have you seen the APAHM Voices project on the OPASA Facebook Page? Check it out for insights into the diversity of identities within our Pan-Asian community at Dartmouth! We hope you'll join us in this month-long celebration as we educate and activate the Dartmouth community around Asian Pacific American cultures, histories, and identities. For more information about APAHM and our upcoming events check us out on Facebook or visit the OPASA website.
Last Updated: 5/22/13