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Performance groups

Pre-Professional resources


Graduate resources

Alumni Associations



Greek Letter Organizations


  • Argentine Tango Society - beginner and intermediate tango lessons
  • Ballet Folklorico de Dartmouth - dance group focusing on Latino rhythms
  • Black Underground Theatre & Arts Association (BUTA) - seeks to create alternative theatrical venues and perform pieces not typically represented within the Dartmouth community
  • Dartmouth College Gospel Choir - classic and cutting-edge gospel, with full band and guest soloists
  • Music in Color (MiC) - expression through songs connected to the history of minorities through genres like Motown, Jazz, R&B, Hip-Hop, and Soul.
  • Thursday Night Salsa - beginner and intermediate salsa lessons
  • Ujima - the Afro-American Society’s dance troupe



  • AfroDiaspora - for all students interested in discussing African, African American, and Afro-Caribbean topics
  • Asian and Asian American LLC - all students interested in engaging with issues specific to Asian/Asian American identity
  • Chinese Language House - living space with a shared interest in Asian culture and Chinese language
  • DEN in Residence - students in all disciplines who have an entrepreneurial spirit: aspiring entrepreneurs, creatives, developers, coders, and problem solvers
  • Foley House - non-exclusive, co-ed household where all residents share responsibilities and decision-making
  • Gender Equity Program Floor - learn about and explore systemic gender inequalities and gender identities
  • Healthcare Policy, Innovation, and Delivery LLC - empowers residents to engage in constructive healthcare-themed dialogue with each other, faculty experts, and guest speakers
  • Hillel LLC - discuss, learn, and explore the Jewish faith
  • Humanities LLC - engage in conversations about humanities, life, and the liberal arts
  • Interfaith Floor - learn more about the diversity of religious, spiritual, and ethical practices
  • La Casa - academic, cultural, and social immersion for students interested in studying Spanish cultures and languages
  • Latin American, Latino & Caribbean Studies House (LALACS) - educational environment devoted to the exploration and expression of traditional and contemporary aspects of Latin American and Latino intellectual, social and cultural life
  • Max Kade German Center - students who share an interest in the language and culture of German-speaking countries
  • Native American House - exploration and expression of the traditional and contemporary aspects of Native American intellectual, social, cultural, and spiritual life
  • Shabazz Center for Intellectual Inquiry - exploration and expression of the traditional and contemporary aspects of social, cultural, and spiritual life of people of African descent
  • Sustainable Living Center - designed for students interested in learning about sustainability and the connection between environmental stewardship and food, social justice, and community building
  • The DALI Treehouse - creative minds come together to collaborate, learn, and challenge themselves by intertwining artistic and technical skill sets
  • The Thought Project - committed to embracing culture, broadening experiences and becoming reflective citizens of the world
  • Thriving Through Transitions - intended for first-year students looking to form relationships with faculty and staff outside of the classroom.
  • Triangle House - foster community, knowledge, and action about LGBTQIA-related issues




Last Updated: 8/4/17