Grants and Funding

Grants and Funding available around Dartmouth Campus


OPAL’s mission is to foster a Dartmouth where all students can thrive, value difference, and contribute to the creation of a socially just world. To achieve its mission, this office works with student organizations and campus partners. For that reason, OPAL funding support is dedicated to these organizations.

For more information on OPAL please email


UGAR oversees programs that provide opportunities for students to engage in research with a Dartmouth College faculty mentor. These close collaborations between faculty and students provide a forum for faculty to teach and mentor undergraduates on a one-on-one basis outside the classroom. Students acquire first-hand experience in an academic field of research while developing skills such as critical thinking, information processing, and effective communication.

For more information on UGAR please email


The Rockefeller Center offers grants for Undergraduate students ranging from $300 to $1000 as well as internship opportunities. For more information click here.

  • The Senior Honors Grants Program provides grants of up to $1,000 for undergraduate students writing a senior honors thesis in the social sciences.        
  • The Mini-grants cover conference registration fees up to $300 for an individual student, or up to $1,000 to cover the costs of an on-campus event or program by a student organization. For application information click here.
  • Dartmouth undergraduate students can apply for up to $4,500 to help offset the costs of eligible internships in public policy research, public policy analysis, issue evaluation, or activities which help shape and determine public policy. The Rockefeller Center also has resources and advising to help you identify a high-caliber internship experience. For more information click here.

Neukom Institute

This program seeks to fund third or fourth-year students engaged in faculty-advised research in the development of novel computational techniques as well as the application of computational methods to problems in the Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts. Awards are $1,000/term for 1 or 2 terms.

For more information on the Neukom Institute please email

Dickey Center

The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding supports curricular programs, internships and fellowships and other co-curriculum activities, and engagement with experts in support of research initiatives for undergraduate, post-graduate, graduate students and faculty. Most of the funding opportunities are associated with one of their five strategic areas: environment, gender, health, human development, and security.

For more information on the Dickey Center please email

Leslie Center

The Leslie Center for the Humanities advances the study of meaning, purpose, and creativity in the human experience. They support humanities research and projects that engage students, faculty, staff, and visitors at Dartmouth College and beyond.

Since its inception, the Fannie and Alan Leslie Center for the Humanities has provided support to the humanities through colloquia, seminars, symposia, and conferences, as well as activities for students, faculty and visitors relating to the humanities. 

Funding is available via Fellowship and Internship, both of which are open to Government students. Find more information HERE, at The Leslie Center for the Humanities, or by emailing


Additional CPD Funding Resources

Criteria for eligibility vary from program to program. Typically, recipients must be returning to campus for at least one term after completion of their projects. Check the details with the office associated with the grant in which you are interested.

More Information HERE!