National Pan-Hellenic Council

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) promotes interaction for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

  • Chapter website
  • National website
  • Established in 1983
  • Total members: 10
  • Minimum GPA requirements: 2.5
  • Philanthropy and service: "Ivy Ball is an opportunity for the Dartmouth community and guests to come together and celebrate Black History Month by enjoying a catered meal, listening to a guest speaker and dancing. We raise funds for a selected nonprofit through raffling prizes. Since the year 2017, we have averaged $1,300 for raised funds from this event. Midnight BBQ is an event held close to midnight on the first day of finals when students are studying intensely for their exams. We provide students the opportunity to relax and fellowship during a stressful time. Another event we host is POC Ski Day, where we sponsor students of color for one day on the ski slopes. We provide ski equipment, lessons, transportation, and a meal voucher. Skiing and the outdoors are a critical Dartmouth experience and our program allows all students regardless of financial background experience a fun Dartmouth tradition. Furthermore, Yard Show is a fun, free, and dry event that we host during Green Key weekend. With usually over 100 attendees, and an included DJ, we host a step show, cookout, and carnival games on the Gold Coast Lawn. This event is funded by the GLC and SPEC."
  • Awards: Office of Student Life Award for Outstanding Organizational Achievement (2019), Martin Luther King Jr Social Justice Award (2018)

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

  • National website
  • Established in 1972
  • Total members: 8
  • Minimum GPA requirements: 2.5
  • Philanthropy and service: "Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil - In honor of the legacy of the late Brother Martin Luther King Jr., the chapter annually hosts a candlelight vigil that includes remarks from brothers and a march through campus. Ice Cold Cuts - For the minority population that is underrepresented in the Upper Valley, the chapter regularly hosts Ice Cold Cuts to provide subsidized haircuts that are free to the students that often recognize this service as essential to their identity. Green Key Step Show - The Green Key Step Show is an annually hosted event for campus performers to showcase the rich cultural history of African American students and African American fraternities and sororities."
  • Awards: Reggie Williams Award, Latino Senior Empowerment Award, and Winston S. Churchill Freshman Prize

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.