Moving Dartmouth Forward
In January 2015, President Hanlon announced the Moving Dartmouth Forward Plan. The Plan includes a number of measures to put Dartmouth at the forefront in creating higher expectations of college students while strengthening Dartmouth’s longstanding commitment to leadership in teaching and learning.
The Plan was the outcome of a process, launched by President Hanlon in March 2014 to end high-risk drinking and sexual assault on campus and to create a greater sense of inclusivity. As part of the process, a steering committee conducted extensive outreach and research and submitted a report to the President in January 2014.
The final plan and many supporting resources are available through the links below.
- President Hanlon’s full plan, which drew from input from many members of the Dartmouth community.
- President Hanlon’s speech to the Dartmouth community announcing the plan.
- Questions and answers about how the plan affects members of the Dartmouth community and how it will be implemented.
- A timeline of steps along the way to the final plan.
- A story from Dartmouth Now about the announcement.
- Coverage of the speech and reactions from the audience in Dartmouth Now.
- A round-up of media coverage of the announcement.
- The final report from the steering committee convened by President Hanlon to solicit input from the Dartmouth community, conduct research, and issue recommendations for curbing high-risk and harmful behavior. The report includes an extensive bibliography of resources used by the committee in making its recommendations.