Students in Need

Do you know of a student in urgent need? These offices are your starting point for referrals and consultations.

Emergency, After-Hours, and Other Services

Safety and Security

Connects to after-hours counseling services and the Dean-On-Call

5 Rope Ferry Rd

(603) 646-4000


LiveSafe App

Dartmouth LiveSafe is an app that provides access to campus resource information, Emergency 911 and Dartmouth Safety and Security communications, anonymous tip reporting, and more.

Download the Dartmouth LiveSafe App


Sexual Respect & Title IX

If you or someone you know has been affected by sexual or gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating or domestic violence or stalking, please reach out to the Title IX office for guidance and support. 

Parkhurst Hall, Room 005

(603) 646-0922 


Report Bias

If you witness or are directly impacted by an incident, immediately contact a College official or Safety and Security at (603) 646-4000, or submit the report using the Online Reporting Form

Equal Opportunity, Accessibility, Title IX provides information and guidance about Dartmouth's policies and processes regarding sexual assault/misconduct and discrimination and harassment.

Physical and Mental Health

Dick's House/Health Services

The Inpatient Department is open during the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms and closed during summer and intersessions. In addition to caring for the students staying in the unit, providers offer 24-hour telephone advice and after hour triage assessments.

This is a confidential resource. 

5-7 Rope Ferry Road

Counseling: (603) 646-9442

Primary Care: (603) 646-9401

Inpatient Department: (603) 646-9440

Classroom Performance and Personal Troubles

Undergraduate Deans Office

The Undergraduate Deans Office meets with undergraduate students to discuss academic advising, personal issues, and College policies. The office's main mission is to support students in their engagement with the curriculum and in their overall educational experience at Dartmouth.

Carson Hall, Suite 125

(603) 646-2243

Identity, Culture, Religion, and Spirituality

Office of Pluralism and Leadership

OPAL achieves its mission by centering the values, needs, strengths, and practices of marginalized communities and by approaching leadership, community development, and personal growth through the lens of social justice.

Collis Center, Suite 205 and 6 Choate Road

(603) 646-0987


Tucker Center

The William Jewett Tucker Center cultivates spiritual and ethical lives, builds relationships and understanding across identities, and engages in multi-faith dialogue on meaningful issues that will make a profound difference on campus and beyond.

This is a confidential resource.

6154 South Fairbanks Hall

(603) 646-3780


Native American Program

Native American Program supports the well-being and success of Indigenous students at Dartmouth through programming and initiatives dedicated to four main pillars: Academic Support, Well-Being, Community Engagement, and Personal and Leadership Development.

Robinson Hall, Room 206

(603) 646-2110

Graduate and Professional Schools

Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies

The Guarini School supports more than 1,000 graduate students, doctoral candidates, and postdoctoral scholars in 35 programs—all graduate students at Dartmouth except Tuck's MBA students and Geisel's MD students.

64 College Street

(603) 646-2106


Thayer School of Engineering

The Academic and Student Affairs team enables and advocates for the academic and personal success of each engineering student from the time they first consider applying to Dartmouth or Thayer School through the time they walk across the stage at Commencement. 

Academic and Student Affairs Office

MacLean Engineering Sciences, Rm 103

(603) 646-3483


The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

The Student Affairs and Services Team is committed to providing comprehensive, integrated and accessible support services to the Geisel School of Medicine student community. 

Student Affairs Office

Remsen Room 301

(603) 650-1509


Tuck School of Business

MBA Program Office

114 Tuck Hall