Welcome message from President-Elect, Phil Hanlon '77
Dartmouth offers many opportunities for spiritual growth and exploration. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life supports more than 25 religious groups spanning various faiths and denominations. Some of these groups use the non-denominational Rollins Chapel for worship and reflection. Other on-campus facilities include the Roth Center for Jewish Life, Aquinas House Catholic Student Center, and Edgerton House (an open Christian community affiliated with St. Thomas Episcopal Church). Many students choose to attend religious services at houses of worship in Hanover and the surrounding communities.
The Multi-Faith Council is a diverse group of students who work to promote understanding, exploration, and discussion among people of various religious and moral backgrounds. The Interfaith Living and Learning Center shares similar goals, using a residential setting to build lasting relationships across faith lines.
At the Tucker Foundation you'll find a welcoming environment to learn more about religious and spiritual opportunities at Dartmouth.
Last Updated: 2/4/10