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Office of Pluralism and Leadership
Carson Hall, Suite 125
HB 6217, Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone:  (603) 646-0987
Fax:  (603) 646-9168
Email: Pluralism.and.Leadership.Office@Dartmouth.edu

Sexuality and Gender-Inclusive Campus Facilities

Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms, Showers, and Changing Rooms


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Resource Room

The Resource Room is located in Robinson Hall, Rooms 107 and 109, and is open to all students. It provides LGBTQA educational and cultural resources including brochures, books, magazines, journals, and films. The room serves as a home to a variety of LGBTQ student groups, and a place where LGBTQA students can relax and enjoy interesting historical and contemporary materials.

Residence Life

Gender Neutral Program Floor
Gender Neutral housing at Dartmouth seeks to provide housing welcoming of all gender identities and expressions. Student requests for gender neutral housing led to the creation of the gender neutral program floor beginning with the 2007-08 academic year. Located on the ground floor of McLane Hall, the Gender Neutral Program Floor is a program that provides a living/learning environment where residents can learn about and explore issues of gender identity and expression in a supportive community. Residents of the Gender Neutral Program Floor host speakers, hold discussions, watch films and share a weekly community dinner. The Gender-Neutral Program Floor has a five-person suite, a three-person suite and four two-room doubles. Students wishing to live on this floor are required to apply for residence. APPLY NOW!

The Triangle House (Opening in Fall '14)
The Triangle House, due to open in the Fall of 2014, is a living-learning residence designed to enhance the intellectual and cultural environment of Dartmouth College by promoting the development of thoughtful, emgaged. and responsible LGBTQA scholars, activists, and community leaders. The program components of the house are designed to foster a strong sense of community, health, and wellbeing among LGBTQA students, for residents to develop knowledge of LGBTQA histories, identities, culture, and politics, and to increase exposure to and experiential practice of contemporary models of social justice organization and action.

Last Updated: 3/24/14