Student Groups & Activities
From grabbing a quick meal in the Café to attending student-sponsored activities, the Collis Center is your home away from home.
The largest and oldest collegiate outing club in the country, the DOC sponsors outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship.
All students are members of one of six house communities, each of which is based in a cluster of residential buildings with an affiliated faculty residence.
The relationships developed in a fraternity, sorority, or co-ed Greek organization can be a meaningful and rewarding aspect of the Dartmouth experience.
Arts Across Campus
One of the nation’s foremost campus-based arts centers, the “Hop” presents a broad array of world-class music, dance, theater, and film programs. Performing groups offer students the chance to participate in choral music, jazz, gospel, pop, symphonic music, wind band music, and contemporary dance. Students can join workshops with hands-on projects in wood, metal/jewelry and clay.
Housing one of the oldest and largest (more than 70,000 works) American university art collections, the Hood facilitates meaningful encounters with art for the campus and greater communities.
A distinguished collection of works of public art grace Dartmouth’s campus, including Ellsworth Kelly’s Dartmouth Panels, a major site-specific piece.
A comprehensive list of arts-related organizations, programs, and opportunities at Dartmouth.
Professional organizations, community service groups, and student government offer extracurricular options for Geisel students.
From tango to ice hockey to community service, the student clubs and organizations at the graduate school cover a wide array of interests.
Thayer School of Engineering students participate in robot clubs, Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering, formula hybrid racing, and more.
Tuck students run more than 70 groups, including the popular all-ability, coed Tuck Tripod Hockey League.