In June of 1980, the Board of Trustees endorsed the following "Principle of Community" for Dartmouth College:
"The life and work of a Dartmouth student should be based on integrity, responsibility and consideration. In all activities each student is expected to be sensitive to and respectful of the rights and interests of others and to be personally honest. He or she should be appreciative of the diversity of the community as providing an opportunity for learning and moral growth."
The Achieving Community Together Program – Bias Incident Response Team advances the "Principles of Community." We work together to raise awareness, create educational and restorative opportunities for growth and responsibility and provide support across our community when incidents of bias are reported.
Bias incidents are acts of conduct, speech, or expression that target individuals and groups based on race, religion, ethnic/national origin, gender, gender identity, age, ability, or sexual orientation.
Reporting an Incident: If you witness or directly experience a bias incident or find evidence of bias incidents on the Dartmouth College campus, immediately contact a College official, contact Safety and Security at (603) 646-4000 or report the incident online.
Last Updated: 12/13/12