Our undergraduate and graduate programs are distinguished by academic excellence, personal attention from top faculty, opportunities to participate in research, and a close-knit community. Begin your journey here. A Dartmouth education is unlike any other. Build the academic program that excites you intellectually: Combine one of more than 50 majors with your pick of minors, fine-tune a major with another discipline, or design a special major around your own passion. Dartmouth’s year-round academic calendar of four 10-week terms allows you to decide when to study on campus—and when to use time away from Hanover to gain work experience, engage in service, be an intern, or study abroad.
At Dartmouth, you'll be part of a close-knit community that’s anchored by campus life. Whether in the undergraduate residence halls or the graduate student apartments near campus, you're always near friends and faculty.Nearly 90 percent of undergraduates live in Dartmouth housing, including residence halls; approved co-ed, fraternity, or sorority houses; and undergraduate society and affinity houses.Dartmouth’s award-winning food service prepares a wide variety of meals in five main dining areas. For study breaks, there are two cafés in Baker-Berry Library.
You’ll find plenty of motivation to participate in Dartmouth’s athletics—more than 75 percent of undergraduate students are involved in sports. Dartmouth boasts national and Ivy League champions among its 34 Division I varsity teams and 33 club sports. In recent years, Dartmouth has invested $94 million in athletic and recreational facilities. Write for a literary magazine, work on a political cause, play in a musical ensemble, organize a back country ski trip. As a Dartmouth student, you’ll have every opportunity to involve yourself in an extraordinarily rich range of student clubs and activities that connect you with the community and with your strengths.