Please click the links above for more information on each program. Brief descriptions provided below.
Staff in Dartmouth College’s Rassias Center programs where minors are in attendance acknowledge that because of 2015 New Hampshire legislation, attendees under 18 may not be left alone in the presence of a single staff member in the regular course of the program, unless they have undergone a recent background check with results acceptable to Dartmouth. If a background check has not been completed, then an additional staff member must be in the program space if a minor is present.
Dartmouth College’s Rassias Center agrees to make all members of the program staff aware of this requirement.
If it is not possible to structure all parts of the program so that a staff member is never left alone with a minor, then the staff member in question must have a background check before the program begins.
Dartmouth College’s Rassias Center is responsible for submitting a NH Certification of Background Checks form, along with a $25 check, in advance of the program. A copy of this completed form must be shared with the Office of the General Counsel, Attn: Amy Baker.
Dartmouth's Graduate Studies Office offers support for international graduate students as they write seminar papers, articles for publication, theses, dissertations, and grant applications.
For more information, visit their page on Academic Writing and Multilingual Support.
10 day immersion program for adults; taught in the Rassias Method®. Held annually on the Dartmouth campus. A great way to increase your oral proficiency at a language in a short time.
Evening classes meeting twice a week on the Dartmouth campus.
A French and Spanish program for local children in grades 1 – 3.
A partnership between the Rassias Center and Fairfield University. Weekend programs are held on the Fairfield University campus.
Please click the links at the top for more information on each program.
Last Updated: 6/19/15