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Community & Diversity
Dartmouth is recognized for its close-knit community. Students, faculty, and staff at Dartmouth pride themselves on looking out for each other. If this sounds like a cliché, just ask our students online or when you visit campus. A short conversation with a Dartmouth student, faculty member, alumnus, or alumna will quickly reveal what we all mean by "bleeding green."
At Dartmouth you will not only meet people who are different from you, you'll get to know each other well. Most students live on campus; students, faculty, staff, and other townspeople cross paths every day in Hanover. The diversity of origins, perspectives, interests, and aspirations of Dartmouth's students fuel the College's intellectual and social environment. Students of all backgrounds engage fully in the life of the College. As a result, Dartmouth students develop a cultural versatility that strengthens our community—and prepares you to lead in a diverse society.
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership supports historically underrepresented populations, creates leadership opportunities for all students, and encourages the building of cultural bridges across historical boundaries.
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity supports the College's ongoing effort to provide an environment where all who live, work, and learn here—students, faculty, and staff—are accepted and welcomed.