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Students discuss their Foreign Studies Program with seniors at a local high school during the Tucker Foundation’s Language in Motion program.

Dartmouth students’ local service often focuses on access to food and shelter.

Since 1961, more than 600 Dartmouth alumni have joined the Peace Corps, including Jensen Lowe ’10 (center, white shirt), who served in the Philippines.

Students on a Tucker Foundation environmental justice-focused Alternative Spring Break trip work on a stream cleanup project.

Dartmouth students connect with local middle-schoolers on Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day, during a workshop aimed at inspiring future female mathematicians.

Make a difference. Community Service and civic engagement are vital to the Dartmouth experience. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni dedicate their time and talents to make a positive difference locally and around the world.

Dartmouth Center for Service

Provides opportunities for students to participate in service locally, nationally, and globally.

Local Service

Dartmouth students collaborate with more than 25 local organizations to serve in areas of child and youth mentoring, food and shelter, educational access, and community health and fitness.


Community outreach is just one of the many commitments to public service at Dartmouth

Educational Service Trips

Alternative Spring Break service trips and the Cross Cultural Education and Service Program engage students in service domestically and abroad.


Office of Community Relations

Connects the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities and supports the United Way through an annual fundraising campaign and a Day of Caring.


Food kitchens are just one of the many commitments to public service at Dartmouth