Dickinson is remote for the fall. Prospective students may contact our admissions office and schedule a visit. Campus buildings are closed. Face coverings are required on campus.
Dickinson honors those lost in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
If you're looking for good reasons to come to Dickinson from afar, look no further than California's Alexandra Fosbury ’21.
Visitors can now explore indoor campus spots while remaining outdoors.
Dickinson College Professor of Psychology Marie Helweg-Larsen discusses how to handle the challenge of encouraging others to wear proper face coverings in public.
Take a look at how Dickinson faculty will bring the liberal arts to students across the nation and world in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students find an array of opportunities on the 80 acres that make up Dickinson's organic farm.
A quick look at recent graduates illustrates the diversity of paths to success you can take from Dickinson.
Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium honors Dickinson administrator and student for active, meaningful sustainability efforts.
As one of the first 10 U.S. colleges or universities to produce zero net emissions of greenhouse gases, Dickinson leads the way.
Learn more about Dickinson's Multilingual Writing Center, which offers writing tutoring in 11 languages.
Anthropology and French & Francophone studies double-major Bevin McDevitt '20 discusses the cultural immersion and intensive language study of the Dickinson in France study-abroad program.
East Asian studies major Rocco Cartusciello '20 discusses the cultural immersion, academic rigor and personalized support he found in Dickinson's yearlong study-abroad program in China.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
Students and faculty reflect on an immersive global, semesterlong course exploring the Rwandan genocide and recovery through on-the-ground original research.
Joel Reynolds, NRDC western director and senior attorney, meets with students, joins class discussions and delivers a lecture on climate change.
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