The William Jewett Tucker Center inspires and supports responsible leadership in students, faculty, and staff. Our programs offer opportunities to cultivate a sense of meaning and purpose through spiritual, ethical, and moral exploration and engagement. More than 20 percent of Dartmouth's undergraduate students take part in our programs.
Tucker provides a unique experience to every student who enters our doors. Come make your home with us!
The Tucker Center co-hosted its annual MLK Day celebration on Saturday, January 21, featuring speaker Joshua DuBois.
(Video by Mike Mayer, '17.)
"I am committed to creating portals of entry to engage in spiritual
exploration, reflection, and celebration in a caring, inclusive
environment that promotes dignity and mutual respect for differing
perspectives," says Rabbi Daveen Litwin. (Photo courtesy of Daveen
We encourage multi-faith learning and engagement through our Multi-faith Initiative. We look to build relationships through the exploration of the variety of religious faith, honoring common ground and shared concerns while not shying away from real and significant difference.
We also support more than two dozen diverse religious groups that provide opportunities for students to grow spiritually.
Reach out to any member of our amazing staff with questions!
(Photo by Dondei Dean, '17)
Last Updated: 1/25/17