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International Student Resource List

Winter's Coming!

Resources for warm clothing for the cold winter months

For a listing of Thrift and Consignment stores accessible by the Advance Transit Bus Routes click here.

For a more comprehensive list of Thrift and Consignment stores in the Upper Valley and surrounding areas, click here.

(Our thanks to Vicki Bacon-Thomas for compiling these lists.)

Academic Skills Center

  • 301 Collis, 646-2014
  • Carl Thum, Director
  • The Academic Skills Center provides learning strategies for academic success and peer tutoring services. The Center also offers academic advice and disabilities services.

Alcohol & Other Drug Education Office

  • 37 Dewey Fld. 4th Floor, 603-646-9414
  • Brian Bowden, Coordinator of Alcohol and Drug Education Programs
  • http://www.dartmouth.edu/~healthed/focus/aod/index.html
  • Alcohol & Other Drug Education provides resources and information about alcohol and other drugs, peer education programs, concerns about use or misuse, and College policies.

Career Services

  • 63 South Main Street, 2nd Floor, 646-2215
  • Skip Sturman, Director
  • Career Services operates to assist students in making informed decisions regarding their plans related to employment and graduate school. Career Services provides students with access to a wide range of resources, including internships, informal resources on various careers, and graduate scholarships and fellowships.

Center for Women and Gender

  • 6 Choate Road, 646-3456
  • Jessica Jennrich, Director
  • The Women's Resource Center provides support, resources, and advocacy to students, faculty, and staff on issues of particular significance to women and issues related to gender.

Dartmouth College Health Service (Dick's House)

  • 7 Rope Ferry Rd., 650-1414
  • Mark Reed, MD, Director of Counseling and Human Development, 603-646-9442
  • The Health Service believes that good health is a vital part of every student's college experience. We are here to provide high quality care and services for Dartmouth students and to develop and promote health education information for students to maintain a healthy lifestyle during college and in the years beyond.

English as a Second Language Assistance

Support for ESL Graduate Students

Financial Aid Office

  • 2nd Level, McNutt, 646-2451
  • Vicki Bacon-Husband, Senior Assistant Director of Financial Aid
  • Jennifer Chretien, Financial Aid Counselor
  • The Financial Aid Office encourages students and their families to be in touch with them for assistance with questions regarding Dartmouth's financial aid policies and procedures.

First Year Office

  • 6 Parkhurst, 646-2681
  • Gail Zimmerman, Dean
  • The First Year Office provides support for students as they complete their first year of studies. First Year deans serve as resources for various academic, personal, and social issues. The office's main responsibility is to support students in their engagement with the curriculum and their overall experience at Dartmouth.

International Student Programs

John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

  • 6048 Haldeman Center, 646-2023
  • Christianne Hardy Wohlforth, Associate Director
  • The Dickey Center develops and administers student on-campus programs and leave term projects with emphasis on international policy and development studies. The Dickey Center also regularly sponsors international activities and speakers to encourage international understanding both on and off campus.

Office of Asian Student Advising

  • 211D Collis Center, 646-0123
  • Nora Yasumura, Advisor to Asian and Asian American Students
  • This position provides personal, social and academic advising to Asian and Asian American students. Topics of discussion include adjustment issues, ethnic identity exploration, relationship and family concerns, as well as academic and major/career related questions. This position also helps to establish events that enhance the awareness of Asian culture. Please monitor the Pan Asian Council (PAC) bulletin for more information on these type of events.

Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Advocacy and Programming

  • http://www.dartmouth.edu/~opal/lgbtqa/index.html
  • 214 Collis Center, 646-3635
  • Pam Misener, Advisor to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Students
  • In the Office of Student Life, Pam Misener provides support to individual students, as well as student groups, organizes LGBT educational, cultural, and social programs, provides staff trainings and workshops, and advocates on behalf of LGBT students and their allies to other areas of the College administration.

Office of the Class Deans

  • Class of 2007: Lisa Thum
  • Class of 2008: Carolynne Krusi
  • Class of 2009: Teoby Gomez
  • Classes Prior to 2007: Kate Burke

You can make an appointment to see any of the upperclass deans by calling their office (603) 646-2243. You can request to see a specific dean or ask for the first available appointment. The Office of the Class Deans provides support for students in the sophomore, junior and senior classes as well as for other enrolled students. A dean is assigned to each class, follows the class from sophomore through senior year. Deans meet with students to discuss academic advising, personal issues, and college policies. They can provide information about college resources and make referrals as needed. Anyone experiencing academic difficulties, is encouraged to meet with a dean.

Office of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs

  • 5 Rope Ferry Room 306, 646-3482
  • Nathan Miller, Director

This office oversees the College disciplinary system, serves as the administrator for the Committee on Standards, and handles issues concerning the academic progress of students. Students should direct questions regarding the College's standards of conduct or the academic honor principle to this office.

Office of Visa and Immigration Services

  • 63 South Main Street, Suite 303, 646-3474
  • Susan C. Ellison, Director
  • Marcia Calloway, Associate Director and Advisor to Undergraduate Students
  • Dallas Anderson, Advisor to International Students & Scholars
  • Sheri Ball, Office Manager
  • Fukiko Helm, Administrative Assistant
  • The Office of Visa and Immigration Services advises, supports, and provides services for international students, faculty, staff, and visitors at the College.

Outdoor Programs

  • Robinson Hall, 646-3512
  • Brian Kunz, Assistant Director
  • The purpose of the Outdoor Programs Office is to further the educational objectives of Dartmouth College by facilitating outdoor opportunities for the Dartmouth community. It accomplishes this through the Dartmouth Outing Club, the Dartmouth Ski Team, Outdoor Education, and Outdoor Facilities.

Payroll Department

  • 7 Lebanon Street, Suite 309, 646-2697
  • Lynn M. Thorp, Payroll Manager
  • The Payroll Department is responsible for the payment, taxation, and reporting of all wages. This includes processing and distributing paychecks and direct deposit stubs as well as year-end tax forms (Form W-2 and Form 1042S). The Payroll Department also assists nonresident aliens with the completion of tax forms which are required before payments can be processed (Form 8233 and Form 1001).

Safety and Security

  • 5 Rope Ferry Rd, 646-2234
  • Rebel Roberts, Crime Prevention Specialist
  • The Department of Safety and Security is responsible for the general security of the College and responds to all College emergencies. The Department also enforces College regulations and moving vehicle violations.

Sexual Abuse Awareness Program

  • 37 Dewey Fld. 4th Floor, 603-646-9414
  • Rebekah Carrow, Coordinator and Amanda Childress, Coordinator
  • Serve the needs of those affected by sexual abuse, relationship violence, and other forms of harassment (This includes emergency advocacy, assistance in obtaining medical care, assistance navigating Dartmouth College judicial and/or Hanover Police reporting procedures, and other support as needed). Educate the Dartmouth College community about sexual abuse and its prevention and empower students to act towards the elimination of sexual abuse. Address issues of policy and procedure through advocacy for survivor concerns.

Student Financial Services

  • 103 McNutt, (603)646-3230
  • Ron Hiser, Director
  • The Student Financial Services Office is responsible for student receivables and loans. This includes assessing tuition, recording payments, refunding student account credits and providing all services related to College loan programs.

Student Activities Office

  • 211 Collis, 646-3399
  • Linda Kennedy, Director of Student Activities
  • The Student Activities Office assists students with organizations and programs, and promotes coordination among student groups. The office enhances the personal development of students through involvement in campus life, and facilitates the presentation of programs to meet the co-curricular needs of Dartmouth's diverse student population.

Student Employment Office

  • http://www.dartmouth.edu/~seo
  • 7 Lebanon Street, Suite 203, 646-3641
  • Kari Jo Grant, Student Employment Consultant
  • The Student Employment Office was created to assist students in search of jobs (both on campus and in the local community), and employers who wish to hire students. It provides many services, including managing job listings through SEO JobNet and the student TempJob service, advising employers on how to hire and train student staff, and by developing new jobs.

Thayer International Club

  • http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/tic/index/htm
  • Xiongjun Shao, Founder
  • The Thayer International Club was founded to help international students adjust to the Dartmouth community, to promote intercultural friendships and professional relationships, and to provide social opportunities. Regularly scheduled events include movie nights, cultural trips, and international dinners.

Tucker Foundation

  • South Fairbanks Hall, 646-2558
  • Lynn White Cloud, Director of Fellowships and Internships
  • Tucker Fellowships and Internships are opportunities for students to learn by serving others in full-time, individual community service projects, domestically and internationally, during their leave terms.

Last Updated: 8/21/14