Health and Wellness Support

Support Services

Dartmouth has many resources, both on and off campus, to support students dealing with mental health, sexual discrimination, and other safety and wellness issues.

Below are links to many of these resources, as well as a a resource guide produced by the Graduate Student Council Reps. If you aren't sure where to start, start with us. We are here are available to help. 

If you are in crisis after hours, you can call Safety and Security (603-646-4000) and ask to speak with the on-call Dicks House Counselor.


Before you contact a resources, it's helpful to understand the difference between private and confidential resources. 

  • Confidential resources may not share your information without your express consent unless there is imminent danger to self or others, or as otherwise required by law.
  • Private resources are required to promptly share a disclosure of sexual assualt, sexual aor gender-based harassment, dating or domestic violence, or stalking. This information will only be communicated with other individuals on a need-to-know basis or as required by law.

The Title IX Office has compiled a useful one-page document outlining which resources are confidential and which are private. 

Report a Concern

If you have a concern about bias, sexual respect, honor code or ethical violations, you can report your concern. Dartmouth has many resources that can help you. If you have questions or need help, please contact a Guarini dean. 


Student Wellness Center

  • Holistic programs for basic well-being, and alcohol and drug prevention programs

  • Available for undergraduate and graduate students

Dick's House

  • Health services for all Dartmouth students, including mental health counseling

Religious & Spiritual Life

  • Dartmouth has more than 25 religious groups, many of which worship in the non-denominational Rollins Chapel.
    The William Jewett Tucker Center cultivates spiritual and ethical lives, builds relationships and understanding across identities, and engages in dialogue on meaningful issues that will make a profound difference on campus and beyond.


There are several resources on campus offering mental health support.

If you are having suicide ideation thoughts, please call the national suicide prevention hotline: 1-800.273.8255.

On campus, the Counseling Center offers therapeutic counseling. The Tucker Center offers spiritual counseling.
Both the Counseling Center and Tucker Center are confidential resources. 

The Guarini School Assistant Deans can help by listening, advocating for you, and helping you figure next best steps. The Guarini School is a private resource.


Dartmouth College is committed to an environment where all Dartmouth community members are encouraged to report any suspected violations of law or Dartmouth policy without fear of retaliation. In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous confidential report, we advise you to use this help line, hosted by a third party, EthicsPoint. This is an anonymous and confidential resource.


Any student, faculty or staff member, or participant in any Dartmouth-sponsored activity who has concerns about sex discrimination or sexual misconduct is encouraged to seek the assistance of the Title IX Coordinator. This includes sexual assault, sexual or gender-based harassment, dating or domestic violence, or stalking. The Title IX office is a private resource.


The Graduate Student Council representatives have put together a detailed resource guide to student support resources available on and off campus. You can access this guide here.


Dartmouth offers health insurance for all graduate students, staff and faculty. 

Graduate students can find insurance information on the Dick's House website.

Postdocs can find insurance information on the Human Resources website.