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The rainbow flag flies from the Collis porch when Dartmouth celebrates Pride Week each year.

Dartmouth’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration offers the opportunity to reflect on the civil rights leader’s life and legacy.

Former Dartmouth President John G. Kemeny, center, rededicated Dartmouth to its chartered purpose: the education of Native youth. Dartmouth’s Native American Studies program celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Candles illuminate the Green during the celebration of Diwali, the Hindu "festival of lights."

OPAL provides academic and sociocultural advising, facilitates educational programs, serves as advocates for all students and communities.

Many cultures, one community. At Dartmouth, differences are embraced and ideas are challenged. Our diverse community of students, faculty, and staff come together to share perspectives, learn, and grow.

Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (IDE)

IDE provides resources and creates partnerships across the institution that promote an accessible and inclusive working environment.

 

Supporting Jewish Heritage is just one of many ways diversity is celebrated at Dartmouth

Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL)

OPAL engages students in identity, community, and leadership development, advancing Dartmouth’s commitment to academic success, diversity, inclusion, and wellness.

 

Intergroup Dialogue

The Intergroup Dialogue fosters authentic conversations about issues of identity, diversity, and inequity.

 

Supporting women is just one of many ways diversity is celebrated at Dartmouth

Student Accessibility Services

The office works with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that all facilities, programs, and services are accessible to anyone with a disability.

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Groups across campus collaborate on an annual, multi-week program honoring Dr. King’s legacy.

 

The William Jewett Tucker Foundation

The Tucker Foundation supports students’ moral and spiritual explorations and provides opportunities for work in areas of service, spirituality, and social justice.

 

Center for Gender & Student Engagement

The Center offers students the opportunity to engage in gender-based work beyond the classroom and supports campus-wide respect for differences.

 

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