Greetings New Students!
Now that you have finished Orientation and attended your first two weeks of classes (and hopefully gotten some time to breathe in between), we know that many of you are working hard to find your way at Dartmouth. We hope Orientation provided you with helpful tools and perspectives for this process, but we also know that you may still have some questions or are looking for things to do and ways to meet even more new people (believe me, it’s still possible).
The first few weeks at College can be exciting and rewarding, but they can also be a little scary at times. The connections you make, relationships you build, and strategies for success you develop in these weeks will provide a foundation to build on for the next four years.
Over the next six weeks, please make sure to visit the Campus Connections website; there you will find a collection of programs and events intended to help you continue to make Dartmouth your home and facilitate your ongoing transition here. And check the Campus Connections calendar for updates – we can’t wait to see you at these events!
Remember: there are many people at Dartmouth dedicated to your success, and most are only a phone call or email away. UGAs, Undergraduate Deans, faculty, staff, and upperclass students are all ready to assist you in any way they can and, as always, Student Life staff members are here to help in any way we can.
Thank you again for a wonderful Orientation period. Feel free to visit us in the Collis Center and make yourself at home here.
Until next time,
Eric Ramsey, Associate Dean for Student Life and Director of Orientation
Last Updated: 9/26/16