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Discover Dartmouth’s historic campaign

The Call to Lead is a bold invitation to Dartmouth’s global community to engage with the most pressing human concerns of our times. Through this $3 billion campaign, we will effect change and improve lives around the world by pursuing three key goals.

Advance our distinctive educational model

to become the unparalleled leader in liberal arts education

Pursue discoveries that benefit humanity

by investing in key areas for global impact

Prepare students for lives of leadership

to meet the world's great challenges with wisdom

$1,953,491,639
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66% to Goal
82,795 Participants

How Will You Answer the Call?

This is a campaign for everyone who loves Dartmouth—and believes in the power of future generations. Thousands of alumni, parents, and friends have supported Dartmouth through The Call to Lead. Join us by giving to the Dartmouth initiatives, schools, or institutes that mean the most to you. Now is our time to change the world!

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Choose Your Path

Today’s Dartmouth students and faculty want to make a difference right now in our complex, global, technology-driven society. Their work begins here in Hanover. You can join their efforts by investing in the part of the campaign that speaks to your own interests.

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Supporting All of Dartmouth

Dartmouth is the fusion of a renowned liberal arts college and a robust research university, with schools, departments, and disciplines working together to provide students with an unparalleled liberal arts experience. You can support the campaign by giving directly to one of Dartmouth’s schools, centers, institutes, or other divisions.

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Arts and Sciences Faculty Receive $10 Million to Foster Early-Career Research

Announcements at Washington, D.C. event include Sherman Fairchild Foundation grant supporting teacher-scholars; Rockefeller Center reaching campaign milestone

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Gift Seeds Scholarship Fund for International Undergraduates

The new fund invites alumni, families, and friends to advance Dartmouth’s global competitiveness; a dollar-for-dollar match will double support, up to $500,000.

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Committed to Helping First-Generation Students

The first member of his family to attend college, Jim Payne is helping future first-generation students through a bequest

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"The Mind as a Muscle"

Middle- and long-distance runner Abbey D’Agostino ’14 talks about overcoming anxiety, accepting limitations, and the 2016 Olympics.

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