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Division of Student Affairs

Inge-Lise Ameer serves as the inaugural Vice Provost for Student Affairs, a change of title effective July 1, 2015. As Vice-Provost, Ameer continues to oversee student academic support services, student life functions, health and wellness programs, and other student affairs initiatives. She is responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of all aspects of students affairs programs, policies and practices at the College.

Student Affairs departments include:

 STUDENT ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

  • Office of Student Accessibility Services: Accessibility Services works with more than 300 students with disabilities and provides guidance to students, faculty and staff in making classes, programs, services and activities accessible. 
  • Academic Skills Center: The ASC and Tutor Clearinghouse support all students in achieving academic success through learning strategies workshops, study groups, coaching, tutoring and other programs designed to maximize the academic experience. 

CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The CPD supports professional development of undergraduates and young alumni through individual advising and access to opportunities, events and resources that  prepare them for post-graduate success. 

DARTMOUTH CENTER FOR SERVICE

The DCS prepares students for lives of purpose through engagement in service to those in need, social entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and social activism. 

HEALTH SERVICE

The on-campus Health Service at "Dick's House" offers a full range of medical services, including primary care, counseling, on-site pharmacy and radiology services, men's and women's health programs, athletic medicine, immunizations, travel health and in-patient care. 

JUDICIAL AFFAIRS

Judicial Affairs promotes community awareness of the College's core values and oversees conduct systems for individuals and organizations. 

NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAM

The NAP works in partnership with the College, faculty staff, students and tribal communities to fulfill Dartmouth's founding mission to educate Native students.

OFFICE OF PLURALISM AND LEADERSHIP

OPAL staff engage all students in the development of identity, community and leadership. 

RESIDENTIAL LIFE

  • Residential Education:  Professional residential education staff and more than 100 trained student Undergraduate Advisors (UGAs) support all aspects of the undergraduate residential experience through the First Year Residential Experience (FYRE) program, academic affinity and live learn communities, and undergraduate apartment housing.
  • Undergraduate Housing: The Undergraduate Housing Office manages more than 14,000 undergraduate housing assignments each year in support of the comings and goings of sophomores, juniors and seniors through the D-Plan. 

ROTC

The College hosts an on-campus US Army ROTC program and partners with the regional US Marines Officer Training program.

STUDENT LIFE

  • Collis Center for Student Involvement: The Collis Center Involvement Office supports more than 180 student organizations, 8 student governance groups, and hundreds of events each year-including Bonfire, Winter Carnival and Family Weekends. 
  • Dartmouth Broadcasting: Dartmouth Broadcasting provides professional support to a “hands-on learn-by-doing” student organization operating two radio stations, the Dartmouth Sports Network, and the Dartmouth Election Network.
  • Dartmouth Forensic Union: Dartmouth has a long history of successful forensic, speech and debate competition at regional and national levels.
  • Greek Letter Organizations and Societies: The GLOS Office supports a diverse range of local and nationally affiliated organizations, including the National Panhellenic Conference, the North American Inter-Fraternity Conference, the National Pan-hellenic Coouncil and the National Association of Latino/a Fraternal Organizations. 
  • Outdoor Programs: Outdoor Programs supports the more than a century-old Dartmouth Outing Club, the student-run First Year Trips program, the Ledyard Canoe Club, the College's iconic Moosilauke Ravine Lodge and other programs and facilities that provide opportunities for leadership development and personal growth through outdoor education. 

STUDENT WELLNESS CENTER: Student Wellness staff support healthy decision-making through a range of individual and educational programs, including Alcohol and Other Drug Education, sexual violence prevention, and relaxation, stress and sleep activities. 

WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER CENTER: The Tucker Center promotes spiritual, ethical and moral engagement and supports campus ministries in encouraging multi-faith dialogue.

 

VICE-PROVOST AMEER

Vice-Provost Ameer holds MA and PhD degrees from Harvard University and earned her BA at Beloit College. She arrived at Dartmouth five years ago from Harvard, where she had served as Special Assistant to the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, Assistant Dean for Academic Planning and Associate Dean for Advising.  As Senior Associate Dean of the College at Dartmouth, she served as the primary student affairs liaison to the faculty, and oversaw all of the academic support services and campus life units in the student affairs division. As Interim Dean of the College at Dartmouth during the 2014-2015 academic year, she was responsible for all student affairs functions and partnered with the Provost and the President in implementing the Moving Dartmouth Forward initiative. Effective July 1, 2015, her role as Vice-Provost also includes oversight of the two new centers arising from the restructuring of the former Tucker Foundation: the Dartmouth Center for Service and the William Jewett Tucker Center. 

As Vice-Provost for Student Affairs, Ameer will continue to advance the implementation of the Moving Dartmouth Forward initiative in partnership with Provost Dever and recently appointed Dean of the College and Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature Rebecca Biron. Dean Biron is charged with focusing on undergraduate academic life and the integration of academics and faculty engagement into the full range of student experiences. In addition to enhancing intellectual engagement more broadly, Dean Biron oversees Dartmouth's House Professors and the College’s new House Communities which will launch in the fall of 2016, provides direction in strategic planning for admissions and financial aid, partners with Vice-Provost Ameer in the development and implementation of systems to assess and strengthen academic preparation and performance, and promotes diversity and inclusion in the undergraduate academic experience. Together, Vice-Provost Ameer and Dean Biron will work with Provost Dever to support the undergraduate experience at all levels.

 

Student Affairs News:

http://now.dartmouth.edu/2015/06/moving-dartmouth-forward-initiative-passes-milestones

www.dartmouth.edu/~orientation/experience/index.html

 

 Have a question? Contact division.of.student.affairs@dartmouth.edu

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 8/26/15