Community Specific Campus Resources

Black Hair Care Services

The Suite

Are you looking for a place to get your hair done? Well, look no further! OPAL and graduate school sponsors (Guarini, Thayer, Tuck, and Geisel) partner with The Suite to bring stylists specializing in coily, wavy, and textured hair to Dartmouth. The Suite service prioritizes students, both undergraduate and graduate, and is open to all members of the community: students, staff, faculty, and family.

Student Discount for Stylist Services
Service Price $60 or less: $10 off
Service Price $61 to $100: $15 off
Service Price $100+: $20 off

Schedule a stylist appointment on the Suite website. Booking opens 2 weeks prior to the event date. Students may use their Dartmouth email address to access the discount.


Barber Services
The People's Barbershop
44 South Main Street (inside Robert's Flowers)
(603) 277-9868

Sean Taylor, owner of the People's Barbershop and Shave Parlor, provides full traditional barbering services and caters to all hair types.

Schedule a barber appointment. First come, first served. 


Touch By Sofie - Local Lebanon Business 

Looking for additional services that are a short distance away from campus? Touch by Sofie is a local beautician located in Lebanon, NH. Her salon specializes in braided styles as well as silk presses and wigs. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, go to Booksy here

Shabazz Center

32 N. Main Street

The Shabazz Center is a residential space in Cutter Hall, which is part of Dartmouth's Living Learning Community program. Student groups and organizations may reserve the Basement and the Mural Room on the first floor. It is first and foremost a residential space; in using the Center several rules and regulations are key in ensuring a safe, accessible space for the residents as well as the guest who desire to share the space.

To reserve a space in Shabazz Center (Listed as Cutter-Shabazz), please use the link above. 

African and African-American Studies Program

The African and African-American Studies Program is designed to provide all students at Dartmouth with an understanding of the historical, economic, political, social, and artistic experiences of people of African ancestry in North America, South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and elsewhere.

Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association

The mission of the Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association is to develop a strong and enduring club structure in order to further the interest, welfare and educational purposes of Dartmouth College and the Black Alumni community of Dartmouth College. BADA’s vision is to enhance members' relationships with each other by being a supportive community of alumni that celebrates the diversity of the Black experience at Dartmouth.