"The college’s dedication and willingness to go the extra mile to ensure my success has made a profound impact on me.” Meet Abigail Foster ’26.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has recognized Dickinson as a Fulbright top-producing institution.
“Nowhere else could I get as many opportunities as a freshman." Out of the gate, Noah Lape ’26 co-published a paper, contributed to a physics YouTube channel and coded chatbots.
Ready to venture far beyond beach reads and endless scrolling this summer? You can explore, grow and connect through these engaging online and in-person summer classes.
Associate Professor of Political Science Toby Reiner talks the intricacies of political science and the perils of working for the Galactic Empire.
One of the nation’s most prominent scholars, Eddie Glaude, Jr., will deliver Dickinson’s Black History Month Keynote, “The Ethics of Anti-Racism.”
Columbia University professor Eunji Kim will discuss her research on the influence of entertainment media on political opinion during a special lecture at Dickinson.
Meet Kobe Fleming '24 and Joe Smyth '25, lifelong friends who grew up playing squash together in New Zealand and are now co-captains of Dickinson's squash team.
The new platform fosters seamless communication and information sharing for all members of the college community.
A new exchange and shopping platform extends the lifecycle of items while offering up great deals.
Awaken your senses this spring with invigorating performances, exhibits, readings and residencies.
Students aiming for business and finance careers learned directly from the pros during a winter-break Career Trek to NYC. And they emerged with valuable contacts in the field.
More than 100 alumni and parents gathered at the Penn Club in New York to celebrate the launch of Dickinson's Finance & Business Network.
The College Farm's biogas project is in the home stretch! Learn the latest developments—and how word is already getting out about this revolutionary waste-to-energy program.
Through this challenge, Sam will match the next $10 million given toward scholarships, helping Dickinson successfully complete its historic Change a Life—Change the World Campaign for Scholarships.
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