Our Facilities

An essential array of student services and conveniences makes the Collis Center the crossroads of campus life at Dartmouth. The constant stream of students, faculty and staff, community members and visitors alike through Collis creates a lively mix of activity that fosters a sense of community.

About Our Facilities

The Collis Center, Robinson Hall, Sarner Underground and The Class of 1953 Commons form the center of student life at Dartmouth College. Their schedules, policies, furnishings, and programming are designed to enhance the student experience. Overall responsibility for Collis, Sarner and Robinson lies with the Collis Center for Student Involvement, located in Collis suite 301.

Meeting and Event Space

Each room has a standard set-up except Common Ground, which has a variety of standard set-ups to choose from. Users may make requests for special set-ups in their reservation requests (please use VirtualEMS).

More complicated set-up requests should be discussed with Assistant Director of the Collis Center for Student Involvement Timothy Duggan, who will determine whether they are possible with Collis Staff and resources or if they should be referred to Conferences and Special Events, Classroom Technology Services, or an outside vendor.

Facilities

Collis Center

Administrative Offices

Student Organizations Suite - Collis 205

  • Student Assembly - 205C
  • Collis Governing Board - 205D 
  • Greek Leadership Office - 205B 
  • Programming Board - 205F
  • The Aegis - 204 

Event Spaces

  • One Wheelock 
  • Common Ground 

Food Services and Retail

  • Collis Café – Featuring homemade breads, soups, and desserts—as well as wonderful stir-fries, omelets and pasta dishes
  • Collis Market – The Collis Market offers a full line of quality grocery items, health and beauty aids, and of course, school supplies. The Market boasts plenty of snacks and a complete spectrum of beverages, ranging from an expansive selection of sodas to juices to energy drinks. 

Lounges

  • ONE Wheelock
  • 8 Ball Hall
  • The Living Room (TV lounge)
  • 2nd- and 3rd-floor landings
  • 205, 211, 301, 303

Meeting rooms (large and small – some of which are equipped with data projection and AV)

  • 101, 212, 218, 219, 221, 222, 223

Other Resources

  • Information Desk – General campus and area information, fax machine (free), and the Collis lost and found
  • GreenPrint Stations
  • Email stations – Available at the information desk and on the second-floor balcony near the bathrooms

Robinson Hall

Administrative offices

Lounges

  • Pan Asian Lounge, Room 104
  • Rainbow Room, Room 107 and 109
  • Sustainability Lounge, Room 108
  • Publications Suite, Room 202
  • International Students Lounge, Room 203
  • Native American Lounge, Room 204

Meeting rooms

  • Robinson 106
  • Robinson 014/015

Sarner Underground

Event spaces

  • Sarner East – The area with the stage, may be reserved for events.
  • Sarner West – This space includes a wall mirror which and is used frequently for rehearsals for the dance troupes.
  • Sarner E/W – For larger events, Sarner East and West may be reserved as one unit.

Lounges

  • Sarner 61 and 68

Meeting rooms

  • Sarner 66

Tom Dent Cabin

  • Two meeting spaces and a kitchen (reservable as a single unit).

Class of 1953 Commons

Meeting rooms

  • Paganucci Lounge