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Dear Incoming Class of 2017:
As Director of Religious and Spiritual Life at the Tucker Foundation (Dartmouth's Center for Service, Spirituality, and Social Justice), I am happy to let you know that there are two dozen religious groups and a variety of multi-faith offerings at Dartmouth for you to get involved with. Please check out our website to learn more and please seek us out if you have any questions about any of these campus groups. We are here to help you explore and grow in your faith and to grow in your understanding of the many faiths practiced on campus by your fellow students as well as faculty and staff.
Very truly yours,
Nancy Vogele, Director
Religious and Spiritual Life
S. Fairbanks Hall (behind South Mass dorm and '53 Commons)
Yom Kippur is an important observance for many in the Dartmouth Community. There are no mandatory activities during the holiday so as to encourage students to observe their cultural and/or religious heritage. We will work to make accommodations for those who forsee scheduling conflicts. Please contact the Collis Center at 603.646.3399 for more information.
Dartmouth Rabbi Edward Boraz, the Upper Valley Jewish community and Dartmouth Hillel invite all students to join in Yom Kippur observances at the Roth Center. For more information, please visit the Hillel website.
Last Updated: 8/27/13