The Thayer Council is a student-run umbrella organization for all Dartmouth engineering students. Its mission is to guide student social life, foster communication among different student groups, and promote equity and diversity. The council acts as the student voice in communications with faculty and administration. Fully committed to the "service" aspect of the Thayer School educational philosophy, the council promotes student involvement in campus service organizations that carry classroom learning out into the community.
The Master of Engineering Management Council (MEMC) focuses on addressing the professional, academic, and social needs of prospective and current M.E.M. candidates, as well as graduates of the program.
Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is the graduate student governing body that works to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at Dartmouth. The GSC sponsors social and content-driven events, provides financial support for student organizations, and supports college-wide initiatives that affect graduate students. The council consists of representatives from each graduate program/department of the Arts and Sciences, including Thayer School of Engineering and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.