Issue Awareness:

Active Minds

Active Minds strives to increase mental health conversation and awareness, encourages students to seek help as soon as needed, and serves as a liaison between students and the mental health community.
Contact Information:
Active Minds Website


ASPIRE provides resources and support for individuals on the autism spectrum, advocates for autism research, and increases public autism awareness.
Contact Information:
ASPIRE Website

Colleges Against Cancer (COSO)

The Dartmouth CAC chapter is a collaboration of Dartmouth students dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting American Cancer Society programs, such as Relay for Life, in the Dartmouth community.
Contact Information:
Dartmouth CAC Website

Dartmouth Animal Welfare Group (COSO)

DAWG is a student-driven organization that fosters advocacy, discussion, and awareness about issues pertaining to animal welfare.
Contact Information:
DAWG Website

Dartmouth Bioethics Group (COSO)

The DBG is a student group that discusses time-sensitive ethical issues in biomedicine such as assisted suicide, personal genomics, and brain death.
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Dartmouth on Purpose:

Dartmouth on Purpose is a student group that promotes and supports self-reflection and mindful “on purpose” action, to empower every student to THRIVE at Dartmouth. Thriving, or being holistically well, is a state in which students can achieve optimized performance and growth at Dartmouth and beyond. Our vision is for a Dartmouth community in which students are empowered to take care of themselves and live mindfully, and thus thrive! Our goals are for the community at large to explore its potential, but the focus is on helping each individual thrive because individuals who respect and take care of themselves are better able to do the same for others and our community.
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OneDartmouth is a student-driven campus-wide organization that aims to bring together undergraduates and graduates from the School of Arts & Sciences, the Geisel School of Medicine, and the Tuck School of Business in a focused mentorship program.
Contact Information:
OneDartmouth Website

Primary Care Progress at Dartmouth:

PCP is a non-profit organization that strives to revitalize the primary care system by building a new interprofessional generation of leaders in primary care, accelerating educational reform, and advancing innovations in health care delivery.
Contact Information:
Dartmouth PCP on Facebook