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Sexuality, Women, and Gender

Hinman Box 6133
6 Choate Road
Hanover, NH
Phone: 603-646-3456
Fax: 603-646-3390
Email: SWAG.OPAL@Dartmouth.Edu

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Link Up

Link Up works to create and strengthen connections between Dartmouth women, students, faculty, staff and alumnae of all years and affiliations through mentorship, engagement and service, in order to strengthen the larger Dartmouth community. In addition to our core programming, Link Up also plans a variety of other events each term aimed at facilitating interactions between mentor/mentee pairs and women from all walks of campus life.  If you have any questions or want to get involved, blitz us at

  • Mentoring

Link Up maintains one of Dartmouth's largest mentoring programs connecting incoming first-year women with upperclass female mentors. First year students – get matched before your fall term begins and immediately benefit from getting to know someone who can help you navigate Dartmouth in your first year and beyond. Upperclass students – apply for the opportunity to mentor someone who is where you were only a short while ago!

Get free Dirt Cowboy vouchers, important resources and information, access to professors, staff and alumnae, group events in town and more.

  • Proud to Be a Woman Dinner

Every term, Link Up organizes the Proud to Be a Woman Dinner, which bring together a diverse cross-section of female students, faculty and staff for a keynote speech, catered dinner and meaningful discussion.

  • Professor-Student Dinners

Occasionally, Link Up hots small group dinners for 8 to 10 students to chat with a professor over a home-cooked meal.

  • Sister 2 Sister 

Each spring, Link Up organizes a one-day event for middle-school girls in the Upper Valley to explore and discuss difficult issues facing young women today as well as to foster interaction between Dartmouth College students, who act as facilitators and panelists. The day has included a panel on middle school challenges, presentations on body image, group discussions, games, lunch, and Dartmouth student group performances.

Last Updated: 2/5/16