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 Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Takes participants through a blend of videos, readings, and guided meditations. Learn more here.

  • Tuesdays, September 18 - November 6
  • 4:30 - 6:30 PM, DOC House
  • $80

Dartmouth College faculty & staff are eligible for a one year free OSHER membership. Call 603-646-0154 to register.

FLIP Fitness Registration is open!

Register now to make sure you get the class you want. Classes begin Sept. 17 and run for 11 weeks to Dec. 7.
Click here to register.  Click here to view the entire Fall Schedule.

Contact Hugh Mellert at 646-3903 or via e-mail with questions.

Upcoming Workshops and Webinars:

The Sandwich Generation: Balancing Your Personal Life With the Needs of Your Older Parents or Loved Ones

Balancing work, family and care-giving responsibilities can present some challenges. This workshop provides an overview of information to help the participant cope with their personal life while dealing with their elder's needs.

  • Date: September 18
  • Time: 12-1pm
  • Location: Webinar – access from your own workspace
  • Registration: Click here 

Balancing Work and Life

This workshop will help participants explore and define home responsibilities, identify career requirements and prioritize leisure time. The resulting better balance will help achieve more in one's career and at home.

  • Date: September 25
  • Time: 12-1pm
  • Location: HR Training Room, 7 Lebanon Street, 2nd floor
  • Registration: Click here 


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The Pulse at Dartmouth Program

Join 2,700 of your colleagues and spouses in the Pulse Program today!

Wellness at Dartmouth has partnered with a well-being organization affiliated with Richard Branson's Virgin Group to provide the Pulse at Dartmouth program. This is an engaging and motivating program that will aim to continually maintain and improve the health of our community. The Pulse at Dartmouth program provides a comprehensive suite of personalized tools and support, including fun step-based MOVE IT challenges, activity, sleep and nutrition trackers, social connections, daily health tips, a personal health assessment, onsite Health Stations, and more!  Many successes including weight loss, increased energy, reducing hemoglobin A1c levels, and eliminating blood pressure medications have been reported by Pulse participants.  Please note that the Pulse program is offered as a benefit of employment and not as part of the group health plan. 

As a participant, you can:

  • Earn up to $400 per calendar year ($100 per calendar quarter; up to $800/family/year if spouse is enrolled on your health plan through Dartmouth College). Please note: rewards are considered taxable income and applicable taxes will be withheld from payroll. 
  • Receive one free MAX™ Activity and Sleep Tracker device, or a one-time credit of $24.99 towards the purchase of another device, that will synchronize your activity with the Pulse program (all credits applied after checkout)

You must elect the Pulse program as your wellness program option for 2018 to participate in it. For more details on eligibility and how to elect Pulse as your wellness program option, view the Frequently Asked Questions list here.

Click Here to Join the Pulse at Dartmouth Program*!

After you join, you will access the Pulse program at

*Please note: when enrolling in the Pulse program online, you will need to indicate your gender. If you do not see your gender listed, or prefer not to answer, you may enroll by completing a form located here and submitting it via fax at (888) 501-6442 or via email at We acknowledge this is an extra step and apologize for the inconvenience. This process will be modified in the future.

New Quarter: July 1 - September 30

Sunday, July 1 marked the beginning of a new quarter. All points reset to zero and you have a new opportunity to reach level 4 and earn $100 by September 30 to help you earn up to $400 by December 31st, 2018.

Don't forget to redeem any earned dollars:

  • Log in at, hover over the Rewards tab and select Spend My PulseCash.
  • Select your redemption option: put it into the bank with direct deposit, Visa or gift card, make a purchase in the Pulse Store or donate it to a charity organization.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need help navigating the Pulse program site, getting a device, taking the health assessment, or earning rewards?  These frequently asked questions will provide insight on how you can get the most out of your Pulse program experience.

If you're looking for more guidance on how to enroll, click here to view the Enrollment Tutorial to help you through the registration process.

Have additional questions or need personal assistance?  Please contact the Wellness Team at or 603-646-3706.

Common Myths

Think the Pulse program is just an activity program? It's not. To learn more about this and other common myths, click here.

Health Stations

Check your blood pressure and weight, measure your waist circumference, sync your steps from your MAX device, and engage with the Pulse program at a health station near you.  If you need help using a Health Station, the Wellness Team can help!  Contact us at or 603-646-3672.  Anyone can use a Health Station, you do not need to be a Pulse participant. 

  1. '53 Commons: Lower Level (under the stairs)

  2. Fairchild Tower: Lobby 

  3. Life Sciences Center: Room 135 

  4. McKenzie Hall: 2nd Floor (top of stairs) 

  5. Tuck: Lobby between Byrne and Murdough

  6. Alumni Gym: Lobby

  7. 41 Centerra: Room 204 (please note: this is a locked building, so you will need to get buzzed in) 

  8. DHMC: Rubin, 4th Floor foyer 

  9. 7 Lebanon Street, HR Training Room (2nd floor; please check calendar next to door to ensure a meeting isn't taking place in this room before you enter)

Click here to view the health stations on a map!

Last Updated: 8/30/18