If you wish to make a report, please see the resources below. Students, please contact your undergraduate dean or Assistant Dean at Guarini, Thayer, TDI, Geisel, or Tuck if you have questions or concerns about the reporting process.
The College supports and encourages prompt reporting of sexual assault, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. A report can be made by anyone who knows about the incident. For more information on reporting these kinds of concerns please contact the Title IX Office at 603-646-0922 or by email.
Report your concerns about an undergraduate student's behavior or health to the Division of Student Affairs by filling out the Student Outreach & Support Form.
Report your concerns about a graduate student's behavior or health to the Assistant Dean of Guarini, Thayer, TDI, or Tuck by filling out the Graduate Student Outreach & Support Form.
Report your concerns about a Geisel student's behavior or health by filling out the Geisel School of Medicine Report of Concern Form.
Report your concerns about organizational or individual student conduct to us. To report a potential violation of the Academic Honor Principle please use the link below.
Report your concerns about a graduagte student's behavior or health to the Assistant Dean of Guarini, Geisel, Thayer, TDI, or Tuck by filling out the Graduate Student Outreach & Support Form.
Please use the Academic Honor Principle Violation Reporting Form to report any potential academic honor principle violations. Please use the other links on this page if you wish to report a behavioral concern.
All members of the Dartmouth community have a responsibility to contribute to, and maintain, a welcoming and inclusive environment. 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.
Your UGA and Assistant Director are available in difficult times. They can help you contact other offices as needed.
Your Undergraduate Dean is available for a wide range of support, including discussing any concerns you may have and potentially reporting that concern to another office.
For students enrolled in graduate programs, the assistant deans for your graduate school are available to discuss any concerns you may have and can help you explore how to best address your concern.