Dartmouth's annual Daniel Webster Dinners, held in the spring, celebrate the impact that the senior class has made on Dartmouth College.  During the evening seniors share their memories of Dartmouth with those who know the College best: alumni and friends. They also learn more about ways to stay connected to the College after graduation.

The tradition of Dartmouth Senior Dinners began in 1903 with President William Jewett Tucker, Class of 1861. The dinners continued intermittently for nearly 80 years and were most recently revived for the Class of 2005.

The 2017 Daniel Webster Dinners will begin promptly at 6 p.m. in Alumni Hall, located in the Hopkins Center for the Arts, on the following evenings: 

  • Sunday, April 23
  • Tuesday, April 25
  • Wednesday, April 26

Senior students and alumni may register to attend one of the Daniel Webster Dinners. Due to the limited seating each night, attendees are encouraged to register early.

The Daniel Webster Dinners are sponsored by the Office of the President, Alumni Relations, and Development.

See photos from the 2016 Daniel Webster Dinners.