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Dartmouth Dining: offers all-day access to delicious, nutritious, and innovative food at a variety of campus venues.
Dartmouth Print and Mail Services: uses the latest digital, off-set, and wide-format equipment to produce a variety of print products; bulk mail services assure the best USPS discounts and services available.
Dartmouth Skiway: offers big-mountain challenges in a family-friendly setting with more than 100 ski-able acres on varied terrain.
The Hanover Inn: is an historic boutique hotel offering 105 guest rooms; Pine, a popular farm-to-table restaurant; and extensive meeting and conference space.
Hinman Mail: serves as the on-campus "post office", handling incoming mail and packages for Dartmouth students, and intra-campus mail for faculty, staff and students.
Finance: partners with department managers to develop and manage the division's operating budgets and conduct analysis to inform decision-making.
CS Technology Services: provides IT and business process support to the division's 75+ systems that are relied upon to manage our various businesses.
Communications: works to keep the Dartmouth and broader community appropriately informed of our work and its impact, and strives to improve communications within this broad division.
HR Admin Services: provides HR support to all Campus Services employees with efforts focused on recruitment, hiring and on-boarding, transaction processing, and serving as liaison with the union.
Process Improvement: manages division-wide contracts and examines processes/contracts for efficiencies and improvements as part of the division's continuous improvement efforts..
EH&S provides advice and guidance to the Dartmouth Community on occupational safety, research safety, and environmental protection issues. They also manage Dartmouth's chemical, biological and radiological use programs, and play an essential role in emergency preparedness.
FO&M stewards and maintains all of Dartmouth's non-real estate facilities, and includes the departments of engineering and utilities, work control, grounds services, capital renewal program, custodial services, facilities operations, waste management, and residential operations.
PD&C facilitates and manages all phases of the College's campus planning and capital development and provides space utilitization and mapping services.
The Woodlands Office sustainably manages Dartmouth's woodland properties in northern New England, most notably the Second College Grant, a widely recognized model forest of 27,000 acres where recreation, research, education, and timber harvesting are successfully balanced.