Inter-Community Council


The Inter-Community Council is an organization that seeks to build bridges across many campus communities at Dartmouth through programming and policy related initiatives.  Founded in 2004, the I-CC brings together students from across all parts of campus to advocate for the interests of the broader Dartmouth community.  The council meets regularly with senior administrators to ensure that the Dartmouth community remains a healthy, nurturing environment for all students. 

The Council is made up of 14 community liaisons selected each term.
  • Environmental Justice
  • Accessibility
  • Greek 
  • Men
  • Women 
  • Native American 
  • Black
  • Latino 
  • Socioeconomic class
  • Multi-Faith
  • International 
  • Pan-Asian/Asian-American
  • Athletes
The Council weekly and is led by two co-chairs, who serve a 1-year term.  The Director of the Office of Pluralism & Leadership (OPAL) serves as the advisor to the council. 


Contact us at or via the Office of Pluralism on the 2nd floor of the Collis Center.
Last updated on May 22 by Christopher A. O'Connell
contributors: Diana M. Pechter