Dartmouth Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy and Procedures

Dartmouth is taking action to strengthen an environment in which sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating or domestic violence, provision of alcohol and/or other drugs for purposes of prohibited conduct, and stalking are not tolerated. We are committed to the safety and well-being of every member of our community.

Title IX exemption to the Community Expectations Agreement

To remove barriers to reporting and responding to sexual misconduct during the global coronavirus pandemic, Dartmouth has adopted an amnesty policy related to certain violations of the Community Expectations Agreement (CEA).  In situations involving Title IX complaints which may also involve violations of the Community Expectations Agreement and/or other College health and safety requirements, Dartmouth will not pursue violations of the CEA for students reporting or responding to Title IX allegations. This amnesty policy would not apply, however, in situations in which TIX reporting or responding students host unauthorized gatherings in violation of health and safety policies as set forth in the CEA. In those circumstances where amnesty is granted, the College may continue to take appropriate action to mitigate health risks to the community.