Our hometowns are everywhere—the Class of 2021 represents 48 states and 44 countries
10% Midwest
21% Mid-Atlantic
21% New England
16% South
21% West
11% Outside the U.S.

 

Many Cultures, One Community

"Every day I feel like I know more at lunchtime than I did in the morning. I've especially enjoyed meeting other international students and engaging in cross-cultural dialogue with them about their experiences and home countries."
— Tehut Biru '21, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

At Dartmouth, diversity is one of our great natural resources. It’s the foundation of the learning experience and a core element of the campus environment. We have developed several programs and initiatives to help turn that remarkable diversity into inspired collaborations, lifelong friendships, and global networks. We’re proud of these efforts and the enduring impact on the students who participate.

"I am a Muslim Filipino, which is a rarity, but growing up in the Bronx, I was used to a highly diverse community. I was excited to find that Dartmouth is a very vibrant quilt. Everybody here is extraordinary in some way. There's no 'typical' to compare yourself against. Our curiosity and our humanity are what bind us. We connect to one another with open hearts."
— Lawrence Abu-Hammour '19, Bronx, NY

The Tucker Center

The William Jewett Tucker Center builds relationships and understanding across identities, engages in dialogue on meaningful issues, promotes interfaith exchanges, and cultivates spiritual and ethical lives that will make a profound difference on campus and beyond.

Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL)

OPAL engages students in identity, community, and leadership development. It provides academic and sociocultural advising, designs and facilitates educational programs, and serves as advocates for all students and communities.

Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (IDE)

IDE provides resources and creates partnerships across Dartmouth that promote an accessible and inclusive working environment. IDE also hosts evocative films, speakers, and community-building programs.

Living Learning Communities

Our Living Learning Communities make residence hall living a microcosm of the Dartmouth experience. Each community integrates a specific theme into a world-class teaching and learning environment with a vibrant sense of community, all guided and supported through engagement with expert faculty and staff.

Native American Program (NAP)

The Native American Program provides student support services to Native undergraduate students through one-on-one advising sessions and collaborations with Dartmouth faculty, staff, and tribal communities across North America.