What’s Dwight Hall?
Dwight Hall is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization independent of Yale, which was founded by undergraduates in 1886 and has operated continuously since then as a student-led entity. As the Center for Public Service and Social Justice, Dwight Hall reflects a diverse Yale student body and a strong history of social justice work in New Haven and beyond.
Dwight Hall recognizes that long-term solutions to the world’s problems come from focusing on developing passionate innovative leaders. Dwight Hall exists as a place to cultivate student leaders invested in ethical productivity, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Dwight Hall promotes a culture of action and reflection that encourages student leaders to share best practices, learn from successful leaders, and collaborate on solving societal challenges.
Who Do We Serve?
Dwight Hall is comprised of four networks that support our student-led programs. The Networks promote community-based learning, innovative programming, best practices, and collaborative communication. These networks are categorized as Education, Social Justice, International, and Public Health and together contain over 90 student-lead programs that engage 3,500 students each year in service and social justice activities. Dwight Hall students contribute more than 150,000 hours of direct service and advocacy each year. To learn more about our programs, please e-mail Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.