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Social Event Registration

Social Event Registration

Undergraduate events: should be registered here by midnight on the Tuesday prior to the event, in advance for big weekends. Please read the SEMP policy for full details.
Non-undergraduate events where alcohol is served should NOT be registered via the SEMP website. 
 
Graduate school events: Please visit the Safety and Security office at 5 Rope Ferry Rd to complete an event registration form in person at least 3 days prior to the event, after receiving written permission from the appropriate school's Dean. 
-Dartmouth Graduate Studies               
Call 603-646-1743 for information
-Geisel School of Medicine (page 103)    
Call 603-650-1509 for information
-Thayer School of Engineering                 
Call 603 646-3483 for information
-Tuck School of Business (see page 62)  
Call 603-646-3938 for information

Dartmouth College Social Event Management Procedures (SEMP)

Please click here to read the SEMP policy

Please click here for a list of frequently asked questions

Please click here for a printable SEMP cheat sheet

College staff or departmental events and alumni events: please visit the Safety and Security office at 5 Rope Ferry Rd to complete an event registration form in person, at least 3 days prior to the event
 
For alumni/ae reunion events in Greek physical plants: Please complete this form and email to the GLOS office at least one week prior to your event, after consultation with the current undergraduate officers and approval by the current GLOS alumni/ae advisor to the chapter.
 
Town of Hanover Information
Town of Hanover Open Container Ordinance Amended July 14, 2014
Town of Hanover Alcohol Diversion Program

SEMP Training

SEMP Training will introduce students to risk management, social host liability and college policies. Through this presentation participants will be able to identify potential risks and gain knowledge of the Dartmouth College Social Event Management Procedures. SEMP Training may also be held in individual houses or event spaces on campus. Please contact Sam Waltemeyer to schedule SEMP training for your individual chapter or college organization
TiPS Training for Servers
Servers are required to attend a TIPS training course and pass the certification exam. Servers are members who are at least 21 years old and have previously attended SEMP training. 
The TiPS University program is tailored for students at universities and colleges. This program gives students the skills they need to intervene with their peers in social situations to prevent alcohol-related incidents. Whether or not students choose to drink, TIPS  recognizes that at some point in their college careers, they will face situations where alcohol is being consumed. They may face scenarios involving alcohol abuse, underage drinking or drunk driving, and incidents that can lead to property damage, alcohol liability, and human tragedy. Young people need strategies for creating safe, responsible and socially enjoyable campus environments.
Students are in the best position to address drinking behaviors among their peers. They are close to the situation and understand the culture on their campuses. TIPS develops students' social skills and gives specific information for detecting when friends have had too much to drink or are getting into trouble with alcohol. Students learn specific strategies and skills for intervening in alcohol-related situations that may develop on campus. Unique in its approach, TIPS brings together administrators, faculty and students to create responsible campus atmospheres.
TIPS builds on students' concerns for the safety of their peers. Students learn decision-making skills that help guide their behavior and are more likely to consider the consequences of their actions. In addition, students gain more confidence to intervene in difficult alcohol-related situations to prevent alcohol-related incidents on campus. Register for TiPS Training here
 
Calculating Servings
Number of members and guests over 21 X hours of event) = number of servings 
For example: 
75 members and guests over 21 x 2 hours = 150 servings =1 keg of beer or cider
Determine quantity necessary to accommodate number of servings
Servings for Tier 1 and Tier 2 events are calculated when registering your event online and will be shown on the confirmation email
Tier 3 event servings are calculated with the GLOS staff member at the event meeting prior to the event
Alcohol should not be purchased until approval is granted 
1 SERVING =
12 OUNCES OF BEER
OR
5 OUNCES OF WINE
OR
1 OUNCE OF LIQUOR
BEER
1 x 12 oz CAN = 1 SERVING
1 x KEG = 150 SERVINGS
WINE
1 x 750 ml (25oz) BOTTLE = 5 SERVINGS
 
1 x 1500 ml (50oz) BOTTLE =10 SERVINGS
 
1 x 3 LITER (100oz) BOX = 20 SERVINGS
 
1 x 5 LITER (169oz) BOX = 33 SERVINGS
HARD LIQUOR
1 x 750 ml (25 oz) BOTTLE = "FIFTH" = 25 SERVINGS
 
1 x 1,000 ml (33.8 oz) BOTTLE = LITER = 33 SERVINGS
 
1 x 1,750 ml (60 oz) BOTTLE = "HANDLE" = 60 SERVINGS 
Last Updated: 9/3/14