Dickinson has made the decision to move classes online for the rest of the semester. The campus is not open to visitors until further notice.
Matthew Kness ’21 serves as a volunteer firefighter in New York during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Dickinson's Center for Civic Learning & Action launches an online COVID-19 resource portal to help local community members.
Dickinson’s Center for Civic Learning & Action has created a website with one-stop-shop information for community members and organizations seeking assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As businesses close their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, computer-science majors are helping Carlisle's vulnerable small businesses by developing websites for online sales.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unspools, Bob Weed '80, CEO of the Project SHARE food bank, helps to meet increasing demands amid formidable challenges
Each year, hundreds of Dickinsonians embark on service trips to communities near and far. This year, two student groups traveled to West Virginia and Tennessee to lend their helping hands.
For Ken Bamba '20, making a difference in people's lives has become a way of life.
The honor from the Carnegie Foundation recognizes the college’s commitment to collaboration with community partners.
Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, will discuss civic engagement and American educational institutions in a lecture at Dickinson.
International business & management major Matei Mares ’21 co-founded a nonprofit that helps international high school students prepare for college in the U.S.
Through global coursework and internships, Espoir DelMain ’21 is learning how to foster lasting, positive social change.
Students studying abroad through the Dickinson-in-England program saw innovative solutions to food insecurity in action when they volunteered for Refettorio Felix and City Harvest.
Laura Megivern joins Dickinson as the director of community engagement and will oversee the Montgomery Service Leaders, CommServ and other programs.
Dickinson College this summer joined with Milton Hershey School to launch the new Pathways to College program.
President Margee M. Ensign and U.S. Army War College Commandant John Kem discuss the role colleges can play in disaster preparation and recovery at U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation conference.
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