Student Organizations

Becoming involved in a club is a great way to connect with other students, build your leadership skills, and leave your mark on Dartmouth. All student-run Dickey groups have open membership and welcome the creative ideas and energy that new members bring.  All Dickey Student groups have pages in ORGSYNC.  Where you can find out about current members and meeting times.


Members of the International Development Forum attending a conference. 

DC3 and IGERT together

The Dartmouth Council on Climate Change works with graduate students to develop environmental posters. 

Dartmouth Coalition for Global Health

DCGH raises awareness, participates in advocacy, and supports activist initiatives to promote global health and equitable development. It serves as a resource to connect undergraduates with international health opportunities through partnerships with Dartmouth’s professional schools and NGOs.

Dartmouth Council on Climate Change

DC3 focuses on changes caused by climate change and promotes awareness of these issues within the Dartmouth community. Past events have included special lectures, conference attendance, dinner discussions, and a climate change simulation. 

International Business Council

IBC is dedicated to providing the campus with opportunities to learn about international business and global trade through a variety of programs including lectures, panels, and field trips. The group meets weekly throughout the year and membership is open to all Dartmouth students.

International Development Forum

IDF is dedicated to raising awareness of international development across campus. They want to expand their presence on campus by working with other groups involved with global health and business development. 

World Affairs Council

WAC is a non-partisan student organization increasing campus awareness and understanding of world issues. The Council hosts dinner discussions on a wide range of globally significant issues, ranging from international diplomacy to global health. 

Science Technology and Engineering Policy Society

STEPS is an organization working to engage students at the intersection of science and policy. It includes graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral fellows. 

The John Sloan Dickey Center