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WISE and Dartmouth College are able to provide students with unique and collaborative advocacy, support and information around gender-based violence, including relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking. You may choose to connect with people on campus and/or advocates at WISE. We will not judge you or tell you what to do. We are with you and here to advocate for your needs
WISE has an office on campus on where students, faculty and staff are able to meet in person with a WISE Advocate. WISE advocates are available every hour, every day by calling our crisis line at 866-348-WISE. You can visit the Campus Advocate on Mondays from 8am-4pm or schedule an appointment by calling 866-348-WISE. The WISE office on campus is located 37 Dewey, room 452. Stop by!
WISE is confidential, free, and available every hour, every day. Please note that resources on campus that are identified as "private" are required to share all disclosures of sexual assault, sexual or gender-based harassment, dating or domestic violence, and stalking with the Title IX Coordinator. Resources identified as "confidential" may not share your information without your expressed consent unless there is imminent danger to self or others, or as otherwise required by law.
Communication with WISE around gender-based violence, including relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking is privileged, which means WISE advocates will not share your information to anyone, as long as you are 18 years or older. 17
WISE Campus Advocate
In 2015, we entered into a formal collaboration with Dartmouth College which provides for the WISE Campus Advocate to be co-located on its campus. The Campus Advocate builds WISE’s organizational capacity and accessibility on campus to support student, staff, and faculty survivors as they navigate the unique circumstances of experiencing gender-based violence at the College.
You can connect with the Campus Advocate by calling 866-348-WISE.
You may chose to connect with the Campus Advocate via email. You can expect a response from a WISE advocate by the following business day. WISE does everything we can to protect privacy and confidentiality. We do not use our Email Advocacy to store transcripts of email conversations or IP addresses. Due to the nature of online communication we cannot guarantee that information transposed via email is completely secure. It is possible for emails to be tracked, even once deleted. Please speak with an advocate if you are concerned about your privacy and safety of personal information.
WISE has advocates available 24 hours/day to support you. Call our confidential and free crisis line at 866-348-9473 to speak with an advocate or to schedule an appointment.
5 Rope Ferry Rd., 603-646-4000
Emergency, 603-646-6333 or 911
Deputy Title IX Coordinators
Reese Kelly, Student Affairs, 603-646-3477
Gary Hutchins, Graduate Studies, 603-646-2107
Leslie Henderson, Geisel School of Medicine, 603-650-1751
Holly Wilkinson, Thayer School of Engineering, 603-646-3483
Sally Jaeger, Tuck School of Business, 603-646-2190
The Student Wellness Center
Robinson Hall, Room 206, 603-646-9414
Office of Judicial Affairs
5 Rope Ferry Rd., 2nd floor, 603-646-3482
7 Lebanon St., 603-646-3411
Office of Pluralism & Leadership (OPAL)
Carson Hall, Suite 125, 603-646-0987
6 Choate Rd., 603-646-3456
Native American Program
Robinson Hall, Room 206, 603-646-2110
Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity
Blunt Alumni Center, Suite 304, 603-646-3197
7 Rope Ferry Rd., 603-646-9401
Inpatient Department & Nurse Consultation, 603-646-9440
Counseling and Human Development
7 Rope Ferry Rd., 603-646-9442
After hours/weekends, 603-646-4000
6154 South Fairbanks Hall, 603-646-3780
Dartmouth Compliance & Ethics Hotline
Safety & Security
Anonymous reporting form can be found here.
46 Lyme Rd., 603-646-2222 or 911
WISE Program Center
38 Bank Street, Lebanon, NH 866-348-WISE
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC)
1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH, 603-650-5000
79 S. Main St. White River Junction, VT, 802-281-6056
The Jeanne Clery Act, a consumer protection law passed in 1990, requires all colleges and universities who receive federal funding to share information about crime on campus and their efforts to improve campus safety as well as inform the public of crime in or around campus. This information is made publicly accessible through the university's annual security report.
Founded in 2013, Know Your IX is a national survivor-run, student-driven campaign to end campus sexual violence. Running on grassroots energy, we educate students across the country about their civil right to education free from sexual violence and harassment while also pushing policy and legislative change on the national level for better federal enforcement of that same right.
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