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Registering Social Events on campus

SEMP registration for Undergraduate Events please click here

Non-undergraduate events where alcohol is served may not be registered via the SEMP website - please visit the Safety and Security office at 5 Rope Ferry Rd to complete an event registration form in person

  • College staff or departmental events and alumni events
    • SEMP registration is not required, please visit the Safety and Security office at 5 Rope Ferry Rd to complete an event registration form in person. This includes events organized and monitored by staff that undergraduates may attend
  • 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
  • Graduate school events 
    • SEMP registration is not required, please visit the appropriate school's websites listed below for more information
    • Please visit the Safety and Security office at 5 Rope Ferry Rd to complete an event registration form in person

Dartmouth Graduate Studies 

Geisel School of Medicine (see page 120)

Thayer School of Engineering

Tuck School of Business (see page 62)

Please see Dartmouth College Alcohol and Drug Policy

Possession, consumption, or service of hard alcohol (30 proof or higher) by undergraduate students and organizations is prohibited on campus and at events held by College recognized undergraduate organizations and athletic teams both on and off campus

In addition, no one may possess, serve, or consume hard alcohol in or on the grounds of the following undergraduate facilities: Residence Halls, Fraternity and Sorority Housing, Undergraduate and Senior Societies, Affinity Houses, Collis Center, Tom Dent Cabin, Robinson Hall, and ’53 Commons including Sarner Underground.

Please see Hard Alcohol Policy FAQ's

Does this policy apply to graduate and professional students?

This policy applies to undergraduates. It also applies in or on the grounds of the following undergraduate facilities: Residence Halls, Fraternity and Sorority Housing, Undergraduate and Senior Societies, Affinity Houses, Collis Center, Tom Dent Cabin, Robinson Hall, and ’53 Commons including Sarner Underground.

Hard alcohol will not be permitted in these facilities under any circumstances. Graduate and professional students should not place undergraduates at risk of disciplinary action by serving or providing hard alcohol in violation of this policy. Whatever the source of the hard alcohol, undergraduates and undergraduate student organizations will be disciplined for possession, consumption, or service in violation of the policy. Graduate and professional students must comply with the behavioral expectations of their schools.

Last Updated: 5/26/15