Here at Tuck, we’re committed to fostering a safe and inclusive environment for our students and community members to grow and succeed—one built on trust that encourages open and honest dialogue, reflection and empathy, and deep connections. We hope these resources are helpful as you embark on your journey.
These resources will continue to grow and evolve—if you have a specific recommendation, contact the DEI team at Tuck.Diversity.Equity.Inclusion@tuck.dartmouth.edu.
At Tuck, students strive to connect and build trust with their classmates and the community. These seven ground rules help provide the safety of structure so you can be yourself while learning and teaching with others. It is impossible to learn without engaging with those who think differently. Discomfort is a part of intellectual growth.
Inclusive language acknowledges diversity, conveys respect to all people, is sensitive to differences, and promotes equal opportunities.
This is a guide for the use of language and nomenclature when discussing diversity and inclusion at Tuck. We view this guide as a starting reference point that gives people a common understanding and a way to begin conversations. This guide will change and adapt with time and with our growing cultural awareness.
Get involved on campus by exploring our roadmap of inclusive leadership development opportunities available during your two years at Tuck. These opportunities represent a sampling of ways to get involved at Tuck and will continue to evolve.
Continue the conversation by exploring these resources that will help advance your knowledge and understanding of issues at the intersection of diversity, equity, and inclusion.