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Dartmouth Center for Service
The Dartmouth Center for Service prepares Dartmouth students to lead lives of purpose in the world through engagement in service to others. We challenge our students to lead in the social sector, to link their service experience with scholarship, and to deepen their understanding of and contributions to the social sector locally, nationally, and globally.

Geisel School of Medicine
Geisel's seeks to improve the lives of the communities we serve through excellence in learning, discovery, and healing. To foster an inclusive, diverse community that reflects our world and addresses the most challenging issues in health care.

Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources supports the campus' efforts to recruit, develop and retain employees, coordinate and oversee employment policies and procedures, administer employee benefits, and provide opportunities for professional development.
As human resource professionals, we are ethically responsible for promoting and fostering fairness and justice for all employees and their organizations. We respect the uniqueness and intrinsic worth of every individual.

Hood Museum
The Hood Museum of Art engages students, faculty, and the broader community with works of artistic, cultural, and social significance to strengthen critical thinking about issues that are relevant to their lives and intellectual pursuits, and to their roles as socially just global citizens.

Hopkins Center for the Arts
The Hopkins Center's mission is to ignite and sustain a passion for the arts within Dartmouth and its greater community and to provide the core educational environment for the study, creation, and presentation of the arts.

Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE)
The Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity focuses on supporting, assisting, and enhancing Dartmouth's commitment to learning and pluralism. IDE provides opportunities for individuals to obtain a greater appreciation of our complex community and to engage in dialogue around issues of individual and social identity.

Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL)
OPAL's mission is to foster a Dartmouth where all students can thrive, value difference, and contribute to the creation of a socially just world.

Rockefeller Center
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth seeks to educate, train, and inspire students to become effective public policy leaders in their communities and beyond.
The Rockefeller Center encourages the Dartmouth community to become informed global citizens and to participate in democracy, and provides both the academic experience and leadership skills needed to achieve a just society. 

Conferences and Events
Conferences and Events collaborates with the Dartmouth Community and Public to facilitate and coordinate high quality support for events and program



Last Updated: 4/18/17