Updated May 12, 2020, 11:16 a.m.
All in-person, on-campus events and activities have been suspended indefinitely. Events may be streamed/held virtually.
All Dartmouth students and employees may use the health center pharmacy, called Dick Hall's House Pharmacy. The pharmacy is operating on abbreviated hours until further notice. It is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Practice physical distancing when visiting the pharmacy. Curbside pick-up is available for prescriptions and over-the-counter items upon request. Call 603-646-9456 to pay over the phone and arrange pick-up. Mail-order from some states is available for prescriptions via the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Pharmacy at Centerra. The states are: New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Florida, Minnesota, South Dakota, Colorado, and Arizona. Allow 7-10 days for Rx arrival. Call 603-646-9456 to enroll. Visit the website for information.
The Hanover Country Club is closed for the season and will fully reimburse all who have purchased a 2020 membership. The reimbursement process will begin on April 27.
As is always the case, the public may access Pine Park through Hanover Country Club trails. Joggers and pedestrians (with pets) may use the paths along the greens.
The Registrar's Office in McNutt Hall is closed, and staff are working remotely. Services are available online and by contacting the office at email@example.com. Please note that requests or inquiries sent to the office via postal delivery services (USPS, USP, FedEx, etc.) will experience significant delays. See the registrar's Global Health Emergency: Academic Policies and FAQs page for information about curricular policies. The page will be updated as information becomes available.
Custodial Services continues to clean and disinfect areas being used on campus. The disinfectant used has been reviewed by Dartmouth's Environmental Health and Safety department and is effective in killing coronavirus on a hard surface. Custodians have been trained in how to use the disinfectant and are required to wear the appropriate protective equipment when applying the disinfectant.
The need for services has been reduced with most faculty and staff work off campus. In academic and administrative facilities, work to disinfect high-touch areas, clean public restrooms and entryways, and empty trash takes place Monday through Friday. There is additional coverage on weekends and evenings in residence halls and dining facilities as needed. No routine service is being provided in facilities that are closed. Most custodial staff are working on the first shift. A small crew works on the second and third shifts to provide coverage and respond to emergencies. Custodians are working on a rotating basis with approximately 20% of staff working each week. Employees are taking precautions to assure their own health and safety and the health and safety of building occupants. Questions about service to a facility, a particular area, or specific cleaning should be made to Work Control by email or at 646-2485.
Effective March 25, 2020 Campus Billing and DartCard Services and the Cashier's Office will not have open office hours. The office will continue to be available via phone, video calls, and email during standard business hours and by appointment for activity that requires an in-person visit. Deposits for cashiers can be put in the box in the cashier's door in McNutt and will be processed. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-646-3230; email@example.com, 603-646-3724; firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-646-2433; email@example.com, 603-646-3899.
DPMS, located in Centerra Park, is not open to the public but continues to provide services and meet the printing and mailing needs of all Dartmouth schools and alumni. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-2642 to speak with a representative.
Office staff, located at 7 Lebanon St., will continue to be available via phone, video calls, and email during standard business hours and available in the office during limited hours on Wednesdays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Hinman Mail Services will continue to deliver mail Monday through Friday. If your building has restricted access or is closed, contact Monica Godfrey for alternatives to having mail delivered to the building. If you are working remotely and your building is locked or unstaffed, and you receive mail directly from the Hanover Post Office, make arrangements with the post office to hold the mail. Have your USPS mailing address when you make this request.
For deliveries: Cancel outstanding deliveries; redirect deliveries to your home if there is a legitimate business purpose to do so, with the exception receiving hazardous materials, chemicals of any kind, or radioisotopes. Direct other shipments to Central Stores if there is no other alternative; pick-up or delivery to your building will take place when the building is staffed. Central Stores address: Dartmouth College, Central Stores, 3 Morgan Dr., Lebanon, N.H. 03766 (phone: 603-646-3289). Hinman Mail does not have the space to hold packages for departments. Central Stores has offered to assist in receiving, and the mail and delivery team will assist with deliveries.
Effective March 23, 2020 the office will not conduct business in person. The office will continue to be available via phone, video calls, and email during standard business hours and will pick up documents and mail on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. New employees who need to complete an I-9 form should email or call to schedule a 20-minute video call appointment within the first three days of work, email@example.com, 603-646-3411. Employees who need to re-verify their I-9 form should email Dartmouth Payroll or call 603-646-2697 to schedule a 20-minute video call prior to expiration of the I-9 form.
Effective March 25, 2020 the office will not have open office hours. The office will continue to be available via phone, video calls, and email during standard business hours and by appointment for activity that requires an in-person visit. Documents and mail will be picked up on Wednesday and Friday. To reduce the need to retrieve and deposit a paper check, employees are encouraged to sign up for direct deposit and go paperless for paystubs. Paystubs are available electronically in employee self-service. Employees will receive an email when the paystub is available. Here is information on how to set up direct deposit and go paperless. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-646-2697.
Records Management has scaled back staffing and is able to provide limited scan on demand services. Scan requests will be prioritized based on their critical need to support the ongoing operations. Visit Records Management for guidelines on requesting files for delivery. Requests for files to be scanned should be made through RMS Online in the same manner as requesting a physical file for delivery. When making a request, fill out the special instructions box if the entire file should be scanned or just a specific document in the file. Requests for the entire file will require that staples, notes, and paper clips be removed prior to scanning.
Admissions tours are suspended, and on-campus Dimensions events have been cancelled. Virtual tours are available.
Dartmouth Dining Services has been taking steps to safeguard our community above and beyond our standard hygiene practices, including eliminating all self-service dining options; providing staff with hand-washing stations, sanitizer, gloves, and safety guidance at all self-service food areas; and personally greeting all customers before they enter busy locations to help emphasize proper sanitization. See more information on Dining Services.
The office continues to be available to all members of the community while we pursue our work remotely. Reports can be made directly to the office via email or phone, and meetings can be held on Zoom. Dartmouth is committed to a safe and welcoming environment—even when that environment is virtual. Informal and formal remedies, including but not limited to no-contact orders, academic adjustments, and formal investigations are available in a prompt and fair manner. See the website for more information and to reach staff.
The Hood Museum of Art has closed its galleries and suspended all group and public programming through May 8, pending further review. Please continue to check the Hood Museum website for updates.
Beginning immediately, employees who remain working on campus may park in any Dartmouth parking lot, except the Massachusetts and Dartmouth Row lots, where Green permits are still required. Reserved spaces in all lots are available only to the assigned department or individual.
From April 1 through June 30, employees will not be charged to maintain their current parking permit. Payroll deductions for parking will be stopped and refunds will be issued to those who have pre-paid for the period by credit card, cash, or check. Parking fees are deducted from payroll the month following the activity, so you will still see a deduction in the first pay period of April for March fees.
Students who remain on campus should park in their assigned locations, without charge, for the same period--April through June. Transportation Services will refund those students who have pre-paid for the period.
Employees and students newly parking on campus from April through June, 2020, should still contact Transportation Services at email@example.com in order to register their vehicle and receive an assigned permit.
Contractors, vendors, and service providers who are working on campus should continue parking in assigned locations. Project and hiring managers must continue to contact Transportation Services to submit new parking requests, following existing policy.
All of the libraries that are in the Dartmouth library system will close beginning March 18, 2020, and remain closed until further notice. The library will be modifying standard services and suspending access to its spaces. See detailed updates on library services and spaces.
Library staff will continue to support Dartmouth faculty and students remotely across disciplines throughout the upcoming spring term, including through Zoom and on telephone appointments. Details about the library's support for remote teaching and learning can be found at dartgo.org/libraryremote. Librarians will be in touch with faculty to discuss plans to support courses and research during spring term.
Alumni Gymnasium (including the Zimmerman Fitness Center, West Gym, and Karl Michael Pool), the Berry Sports Center (including the racquet courts) and the Boss Tennis Center are closed. FLIP classes are also canceled. Facilities will be reopened as soon as it is safe to do so. All members will be notified with updates via email as facilities become available.
The Collis Center and Robinson Hall have been closed in order to support social distancing and facilitate remote work for professional staff.
The Hop is postponing or canceling all events scheduled to take place before May 31, 2020. Ticket holders to all canceled or postponed performances are being contacted by the Hop Box Office. The list of postponed events, as well as the status of upcoming Hop performances is available on the event status page. The Hop team is working with artists, colleagues, students and collaborators to find ways to "gather" through remote means.
Dartmouth Skiway has curtailed its mountain operations for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season, effective March 15. The Skiway will have limited staff on hand to conduct non-skiing business such as lease equipment returns, Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., through April 4. Should you be unable to return the equipment during this period, please email the Dartmouth Skiway at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-795-2143.