Students learn more when they are engaged in all aspects of their college experience. At Dickinson, involvement on campus can be defined in many ways. Joining student organizations, engaging in student-faculty research, participating in service-learning opportunities and attending campus cultural events are just a few examples.
The benefits of being actively involved with campus organizations, activities and events are numerous. Students learn about themselves—their individual talents, skills and values—while also making significant contributions to the college community and beyond.
Most clubs and organizations on this page are overseen by Student Senate. To get more information about Senate, or to find out what other projects they are working on, visit their website.