Catering - Please contact Career Services to place any catering orders for lunch and/or company receptions as soon as possible. Our campus caterer does fill up, so having orders in advance will ensure our ability to accommodate your event. We will monitor the event headcount and adjust catering orders as needed. If our campus caterer is unavailable, you are welcome to arrange outside catering.
Event Note - Some students may be unable to attend in-person events due to their own health situations and preferences. If an event cannot feasibly be offered in a hybrid format, the employer agrees to accommodate these students in another way (i.e. offering a 1:1 coffee chat or other networking opportunity in lieu of the event).
Visitors to campus must follow the Rules and Regulations outlined at the top of this page (duplicated below).
Rules and Regulations for In-Person Recruiting Engagements
Updated: September 7, 2022 in accordance with Dartmouth Visitor Guidelines
In order to access Dartmouth locations or Dartmouth-sponsored in-person events, visitors must follow Dartmouth policies including, but not limited to, this visitor guidance, and Dartmouth’s face-mask policy and event guidance. Visitors must also follow applicable federal, state, and local requirements. In some cases, a Dartmouth venue may have more stringent policies in place due to contracts with external organizations, and in those cases, visitors should follow the guidance provided by the Dartmouth venue.
Dartmouth leadership continues to monitor health guidance as well as the COVID-19 conditions at Dartmouth and in the surrounding communities and will make changes to this guidance accordingly. Please email email@example.com with questions about COVID-19 policies.
A visitor is someone who does not work, reside, or attend school at Dartmouth or have a current business or academic relationship with Dartmouth. This includes alumni and students who are not registered to be on campus.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Dartmouth recommends that all visitors:
Are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, including booster doses when eligible; OR
Receive a negative test result from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to accessing a Dartmouth location or Dartmouth-sponsored event, preferably as close to access as possible, unless they initially tested positive for COVID-19 in the 30 days prior and recovered (they have ended isolation and do not have symptoms).
COVID-19 tests are available through health care providers and local pharmacies, through resources provided by the New Hampshire and Vermont state health departments, and through resources provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is good practice to have at least two rapid antigen tests easily accessible to you in case you have to test due to symptoms or exposure.
Visitors must not access a Dartmouth location or Dartmouth-sponsored in-person event if:
- They are in isolation or quarantine;
- They are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 including the following:
- A fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, or felt feverish in the last 72 hours;
- New respiratory symptoms including a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath;
- General body symptoms such as new muscle aches, chills, or severe fatigue;
- New gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea;
- Any new change in their sense of taste or smell.
- Visitors who feel sick or have COVID-19 symptoms should wear a face mask, follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) isolation guidance, and test immediately.
- Visitors who test positive for COVID-19 should isolate immediately following the CDC’s isolation guidance, wear a face mask, and keep their health-care provider updated as treatment may be available. Visitors should also notify their close contacts. For COVID-19, a close contact is anyone who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person for a combined total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. An infected person can transmit COVID-19 starting 48 hours before they developed symptoms or took a test with a positive result.
- Visitors who need help identifying or reaching out to their close contacts can get in touch with their host or event organizer. Hosts and organizers who receive information on close contacts from someone who tested positive and need assistance, can email Occupational Medicine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Visitors who are exposed to someone with COVID-19 or identified as a close contact should wear a face mask, follow the CDC’s close contact exposure guidance, and keep their health-care provider updated.