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Student Groups & Activities

Collis After Dark is a programming series offering a range of late-night events.

Student dance group UjiHeavy performs at a fundraising event during Sophomore Family Weekend.

The Dartmouth Outing Club provides year-round outdoor recreation.

The Decibelles, Dartmouth’s oldest all-female a cappella singing and performing group.

The chess club competes in tournaments and offers instruction for new players.

Expand your limits. Write for a literary magazine, work on a political cause, play in a musical ensemble, organize a backcountry ski trip. As a Dartmouth student, you’ll have every opportunity to involve yourself in an extraordinarily rich range of student clubs and activities that connect you with the community and with your strengths.

Undergraduate Student Clubs and Organizations

Undergraduate students manage more than 160 groups and organizations.


Collis Center for Student Involvement

From grabbing a quick meal in the Café to attending student-sponsored activities, the Collis Center is your home away from home.


Dartmouth Outing Club

The largest and oldest collegiate outing club in the country, the DOC sponsors outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship.



The Dartmouth

Founded in 1799, The Dartmouth is the oldest collegiate newspaper in America.


Greek Letter Organizations and Societies

The relationships developed in a fraternity, sorority, or co-ed Greek organization or undergraduate society can be a meaningful and rewarding aspect of the Dartmouth experience.


Dartmouth Graduate Studies Student Council

From the Graduate Women in Science to the Graduate Relief Team, there are many ways for graduate students to connect and get involved.


Geisel School of Medicine Student Organizations

Professional organizations, community service groups, and student government offer extracurricular options for Geisel students.


Thayer School Student, Professional, Social, and Service Organizations

Thayer School of Engineering students participate in robot clubs, Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering, formula hybrid racing, and more.


Tuck School of Business Student Activities and Clubs

Tuck students run about 50 groups, including the popular all-ability, coed Tuck Tripod Hockey League.