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We strive to make Dartmouth a respectful and welcoming environment where all cultural identities are celebrated.Given the diversity of our indigenous community, most students differ in how they connect to their communities and/or to their cultural identity. No matter where Native and Indigenous students are in their level of connection or identity, this is their community.
The mission of the Native American Program is to support the well-being and success of Indigenous students at Dartmouth through programming and initiatives dedicated to four main pillars: Academic Support, Well-Being, Community Engagement, and Personal and Leadership Development.
The Native American Program is committed to supporting the academic well-being of indigenous students at Dartmouth by providing:
We recognize that the physical and emotional well-being of students is intricately tied to academic wellness. The Native American Program supports student wellness by providing initiatives such as:
We are an inclusive community that supports one another through friendship, guidance, and understanding. The vibrancy and strength of our community is a result of the collective participation from Native and Indigenous students. The Native American Program works to support community engagement through:
The Native American Program assists students in building their scholarly and leadership capacity by guiding, affirming, and strengthening the forms of leadership Native and Indigenous students provide to Dartmouth, to their home communities, and to the world. We demonstrate our commitment to this pillar through: