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The Native American House is a living and learning residence and cultural center dedicated to the exploration and expression of the traditional and contemporary aspects of Native American intellectual, social, cultural, and spiritual life.
The Native American House (NAH) is a true gathering and community place for all members of the Dartmouth Family — in balance, harmony, fellowship, healing, knowledge, and strength. As a cultural center, all who participate in its activities will enhance their understanding of various aspects of Native American life and culture and of the greater Dartmouth community.
The Native American House provides cultural, social and educational enrichment for Native and other Dartmouth students. The house includes accommodations for a resident graduate student or faculty member who is the NAH Fellow. The Native American House is sponsored by the Native American Program Office.
The Native American House is located at 35 North Main Street. View floor plans on the website of the Office of Residential Life.