Funding Resources

Greek Leadership Council Funding

The Greek Leadership Council (GLC) distributes a portion of the funding to each governing council for appropriate use towards their programming efforts. Organizations may approach each governing council or the Greek Leadership Council to request co-sponsorship for events being planned by a Greek letter organization. GLC funds may not be used for events with alcohol.

The following types of events will be given priority

  • Events sponsored by multiple Greek organizations 
  • Events that outwardly improve the image of the Greek community at Dartmouth College
  • Events that have an educational focus                         
  • Events beyond the funding capability of an individual organization

For any questions, please contact Audrey Zheng, GLC Treasurer.

To apply for GLC funds, please complete the GLC Funding Application Form on OrgSync.

To access the GLC Funding application form, please go to your organization's portal on OrgSync. Then go to "forms" and choose the GLC Funding Application form. 

Office of Greek Life Funding Sources

15 Webster Ave Funding is designed to support charity and community service projects. 

  • The 15 Webster Avenue Fund is an endowment created in April 1993 by the corporation liaisons for Tau Epsilon Phi, the Harold Parmington Foundation and Delta Psi Delta. It was established to support charity and community service projects undertaken by Greek organizations at Dartmouth College. 
  • The annual distribution of $4,000.00 generated by the 15 Webster Avenue Fund is administered by the Office of Greek Life.
  • To access the 15 Webster Avenue Funding Application form, please go to your organization's portal on OrgSync. Then go to "FORMS" and choose the 15 Webster Avenue Funding Application Form. 
  • Proposals will be evaluated based on the impact on the community, feasibility of the event and level of participation within the organization that is presenting the proposal.

Harm Reduction Programming Grant (to assist in funding dry/substance free events that promote team building)We are fortunate to have received a generous grant to promote programs that are geared toward harm reduction efforts within the fraternity and sorority community. 

  • Funding is available for programs that promote harm reduction. 
  • To access the Harm Reduction Funding Application form, please go to your organization's portal on OrgSync. Then go to "FORMS" and choose the Harm Reduction Funding Application Form. 
  • Proposals will be evaluated based on the potential harm reduction benefits for your chapter, such as promoting a safe environment for students, hosting a creative non-alcoholic social program, managing safe team building activities or introducing a harm reduction educational program.

Additional Co-Sponsorship

Dependent on the size, scale and scope of a programming event funding may be procured from the following areas in addition to your own organization.  These areas each have their own rules and governing documents on how to request funding. 

Fundraising via Da$h

Greek organizations may loan the Da$h machine to swipe transactions for service and phil events. The Da$h machine may be plugged into the jack in the lobby of the Collis Center, at the entrance to Common Ground.

Da$h Fundraising Form (pdf): Record signatures and student ID's at service and phil events. Please note that the names and ID number smust be legible in order for you to process the transactions via the Da$h machine.

Da$h Authorization Form (pdf): Should be completed by the student inputting Da$h at the Greek Life office.

Please email Ruth Kett to make an time to use the Da$h machine on the third floor of Collis.

During the Spring term, seniors Da$h is inactive from around mid-May so please be aware of that when planning service and phil events.