Dartmouth realizes that alumni bond on the basis of many experiences of the College and come together under many banners.


The personal-identity groups that Dartmouth recognizes as alumni affiliated organizations are based on race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.

Shared Interest

Alumni communities centering on common interests such as industry, profession, and military service.

Women of Dartmouth

Alumnae communities for Dartmouth alumnae to connect and engage through programming and networking opportunities that are specifically geared toward women.

Young Alumni and Students

Special programming and opportunities for students and graduates of the last decade to leverage the young alumni community and tap into its extensive network.

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