To provide comprehensive prevention and education, students will engage with experiences each year that align with each of the four outcomes:
- Using Resources and Supporting Others
- Developing Positive Relationships and Sexual Behaviors
- Engaging Respectfully Across Difference
- Checking In and Stepping In
Many prevention experiences will be infused into existing Dartmouth structures and will be appropriately timed to students' intellectual, cognitive, and social development. Student experiences will include varied teaching methods to account for different types of learners, provide experiential opportunities with interactive instruction, and focus on active skill building. By providing a menu of options, students will be able to participate in learning opportunities that are theory driven, socioculturally relevant, and suited to their interests, learning style, and time constraints.
For more information, visit the Student Experience page and the FAQs.