Black Student Advising
International Student Advising
First Generation Student Advising
Latina/o Student Advising
LGBTQ+ Student Advising
Native American Student Advising
Pan-Asian Student Advising
Dartmouth Alliance: Information coming soon.
Dartmouth IvyQ: IvyQ is a conference which aims to create a pan-Ivy community of LGBTQ+ students and allies equipped with the skills to examine their identities, value those of others, and understand intersectionality. This year Dartmouth IvyQ is submitting a bid to host the IvyQ conference at Dartmouth in February of 2014! Contact: Dartmouth.IvyQ@dartmouth.edu.
Outreach Peer Mentors: Outreach trains current Dartmouth students as mentors to provide confidential, peer-to-peer mentoring in developing a positive LGBTQ identity while successfully adapting to life at Dartmouth. The program is designed to help students explore their personal interests, take advantage of campus resources, and find their own sense of community and self-identity. Contact: Outreach.Peer.Mentors@dartmouth.edu.
Spectra: Information coming soon.
NEW!! Check out the new LGBTQ Staff and Faculty Directory.
qMD is the Geisel School of Medicine's LGBTQQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, and ally) interest group. We are a social club and meet regularly to have dinners and movie nights, as well as discuss LGBTQQIA-relevant health issues and navigate the queer-friendly social opportunities available in the Upper Valley. For more information, contact Yike Jiang.
Green Lambda: Green Lambda is Dartmouth's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally Arts & Sciences graduate student group. If you want to get involved, or just be notified of upcoming events you can join our facebook group! Please contact Michael_E_Hopkins@dartmouth.edu to be added to the group.
Tuck Pride: Tuck Pride is the LGBTQ resource and support group for the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth community. Tuck Pride provides a social and support network for LGBTQ students; fosters connections with LGBTQ alumni; serves as a resource for prospective students; helps Tuck benefit from the richness of the LGBTQ community; and
acts as a liaison with other LGBTQ groups at Dartmouth and at other top business schools. For more information, contact Gabriel Martinez.
Dartmouth's LGBT Alumni/ae association, DGALA, has over 750 members around the globe. DGALA hosts reunions on campus, provides great mentoring and networking opportunities across the country, and is an annual sponsor for PRIDE. For more information visit www.dgala.me
If you are a trans or gender non-conforming alum who would like to change the name on your transcripts or diploma this can be accomplished by completing the following steps: (1) Complete a name change affidavit and have it notarized. (2) Submit the form with a notarized copy of your legal name change to the registrar's office: Office of the Registrar, 6014 McNutt Hall, Room 105, Hanover, NH 03755 (3) Once the registrar receives this information, your details will be changed in the student demographic administrative system, "Banner," at which point you can contact Colleen Murphy, in the Undergraduate Dean's Office to request a new diploma to be issued at no charge.
Last Updated: 11/19/13