Dartmouth College

Dartmouth College, established in 1769, is small enough to ensure a close community while large enough to offer the faculty, curriculum, and facilities of a research university.

It enrolls approximately 4,200 undergraduates and 1,800 graduate students, including those from the professional schools: Tuck School of Business, Thayer School of Engineering, and Dartmouth Medical School.

The college has a lively cultural and intellectual life as well as a sophisticated social scene. As a Tuck student, you'll have access to Dartmouth's campus, facilities, and events, from an impressive roster of distinguished speakers and internationally acclaimed music, theater, and film at the Hopkins Center to exhibits and events at the Hood Museum, one of the oldest and largest college art museums in the United States.

Located on the Connecticut River and surrounded by the White Mountains, Dartmouth's campus offers the most beautiful natural scenery in the Ivy League. Whether you want to be a spectator or a participant, the college offers exceptional recreational opportunities, including its own ski area, golf course, equestrian center, and premier fitness facilities.