The Native American Program is proud to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Month with events that honor the diversity of Indigenous communities and recognize the vast and significant contributions of Indigenous people throughout the world.
The Dartmouth Powwow brings together all facets of our community. The Powwow is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and administration from all the Dartmouth Communities, and the Upper Valley to see and participate in Native American culture from many different tribes and traditions.
The Dartmouth Lūʻau is an annual event that celebrates the existence and representation of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander identity on the Dartmouth campus. Since its initiation, the Dartmouth Lūʻau has brought together communities from across campus, as well as regionally, to celebrate, honor, educate, and share their Native heritage.
Every spring, the Native American Program invites family, friends, faculty, and staff to celebrate the graduation of students with a Graduation Ceremony. This celebration and gesture recognizes the unique and challenging journey of each student on their path to graduation.