The calendar connects audiences with Dartmouth events, on campus and around the world. Events published to the calendar must be open to the public or at least one Dartmouth audience (students, faculty, staff, and/or alumni) and be sponsored by a recognized Dartmouth organization (such as departments, programs, centers, offices, clubs).
Additionally, events are expected to reflect Dartmouth’s Principles of Community. Any event that violates these principles of integrity and respect may be removed from the calendar.
Public vs. private: The calendar is a public space for event promotion. For example, an event sponsored by a recognized student organization that is open to all students may be published on the events calendar. Notice of an event that is restricted to members of the organization, however, should be shared through other channels.
On- and off-campus: The calendar includes Dartmouth events—such as athletic events, alumni gatherings, and conferences—that are located beyond campus. You can even indicate the time zone on your event listing.
Non-Dartmouth events: The calendar is intended for Dartmouth events; a list of other calendars with Upper Valley community events is available here. Contact the Calendar Administrator with inquiries about publishing community events that are co-sponsored or hosted by Dartmouth.