Tuck is part of Dartmouth College, a member of the Ivy League, and a place with endless opportunities for intellectual and personal growth, thanks to its people, facilities, and beautiful setting. Tuck's interconnected buildings provide an integrated living and learning environment.

Achtmeyer, Raether, and Pineau-Valencienne Halls
State-of-the-art classrooms, stunning student residences, and one very special "wow" space. Achtmeyer, Raether, and Pineau-Valencienne halls provide students with one of the best living and learning environments in the world. Facilities include residential rooms, classrooms, study rooms, conference room, library, common kitchens, laundry room, lounges, and a large common space with fireplace. A balcony overlooks the Connecticut River.

Whittemore Hall
Whittemore Hall is home to first-year students and includes furnished rooms in clusters with shared living room, kitchenette, and other amenities; a variety of shared spaces including lounges, pool table, reception area; study and conference rooms to serve the Tuck community; an exercise facility with lockers, showers, and changing rooms—open to the Tuck community. The McCormack Courtyard, facing the Connecticut River, is an attractive place to sit in the summer months.

Academic and Staff Buildings
Tuck Hall, Chase Hall, Woodbury Hall, and Buchanan
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Byrne Hall
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Athletic Facilities
Tuck students also have access to Dartmouth's athletic facilities, including the fitness center; tennis center; squash, basketball, and racquetball courts; swimming pools; dance studio; ice rink; and running tracks. Dartmouth also operates the nearby golf course, boathouse, Morton Farm riding center, and Skiway—all available for Tuck student use. Some Tuck students also enjoy Dartmouth's Ivy League spectator sports.