Dartmouth College


Dartmouth College

As the ninth oldest college in the US and the smallest member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth College is an NCAA Division 1 university that retains its signature excellence in undergraduate teaching and mentorship in the liberal arts and engineering. A profound sense of place informs Dartmouth’s profound sense of purpose with signature programs in environmental studies, Native American studies, foreign languages and international studies, public policy, computer science, and human-centered engineering. Dartmouth adheres to a unique, quarterly calendar known as the “D-Plan” that delivers its liberal arts curriculum via four 10-week terms that invites students to design an individualized course of study.

Academic Programs

  • Engineering
  • Research
  • Science
  • Liberal Arts
  • Education
  • Music
  • Art & Design
  • Economics
  • Government/Political Science
  • Health Science
  • Performing Arts
  • Social Science
  • Visual Arts
  • Humanities
  • Native American Studies
  • International Relations
  • Foreign Languages
  • Computer Science
  • Biology
  • English and Creative Writing
  • Environmental Studies
  • Geography

Student experience

  • Athletics
  • Co-op/Internship Opportunities
  • Disability Services
  • Greek Life
  • Intramural/Club Sports
  • LGBTQIA Services
  • Military/Veteran Services
  • On-Campus Housing
  • ROTC Program
  • Study Abroad
  • Undergraduate Research
  • Veteran Fee Waiver
  • Community Service
  • Religious & Spiritual Life
  • Student Government
  • Multicultural Organizations

Application information

Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines


Students who have taken college coursework that is counting towards their high school graduation should apply as first-year applicants. This includes students pursuing an associate's degree while finishing high school. Students who have completed high school and enrolled in college, even for one term or less, must apply as transfer applicants. Students who have completed two years or less of college coursework at the time of application are eligible to apply as transfer applicants.


Students interested in applying for transfer admission should visit the Dartmouth Admissions website.

Additional Information

In January 2022, Dartmouth became the sixth US college or university to adopt a universal need-blind admissions policy, regardless of citizenship, while meeting 100 percent of demonstrated need. All aid is need-based, and families with income and assets of $65,000 or less have no required parent contribution. No student loans are included in a Dartmouth aid package. The Class of 2026 received over $34 million in scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year with an average scholarship of $66,444, or 80 percent of the cost of attendance. To receive a quick projection of what your aid award from Dartmouth might entail, use our MyinTuition Quick Cost Estimator.

Visit us

There are a variety of ways to experience Dartmouth: Virtual and in-person events with admissions officers and current Dartmouth students offer an introduction to life at Dartmouth and share useful information regarding the application and financial aid process. Please visit our website for information about our programming and to register. In addition, on our website you can connect with our students directly, meet our student bloggers, and gain insight into life at Dartmouth by reading 3D Magazine.

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Admissions office

Visit us

School location

6016 McNutt Hall
Hanover, NH 03755, United States of America

Phone number

(603) 646-2875


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