Tuck requires that the work in your application, including your essays and all accompanying materials, is entirely accurate and exclusively yours. Using tools or professional services to create content that is not your own violates Tuck’s admissions policies and Academic Honor Principle.
Your reference(s) must be the sole author(s) of your Letter(s) of Reference. Drafting, writing, translating, or submitting your own reference, even if asked to do so by a reference, violates Tuck’s admissions policies and Academic Honor Principle. You are responsible for informing your reference(s) of this policy.
Tuck reserves the right to verify all information and references in your application. Upon acceptance of Tuck’s admissions offer, all applicants must complete third-party verification (this will require the applicant to pay an additional fee of approximately $150) through Re Vera Services. Additionally, at any time during the application process, Tuck or Re Vera may require you to provide additional verification of application information and may require authorization to release such information. Tuck reserves the right to cease consideration of your application, rescind your offer of admission, or terminate your enrollment if you are unable or unwilling to adhere to the above policies, if any misrepresentation or omission occurs in the application process, or if we learn that you have engaged in behavior before matriculation that indicates a lack of judgment or integrity.
Tuck must receive your application and enrollment deposits by 5:00pm Eastern Time on the specified deadline.
If you experience technical problems with the application or have any questions, please contact Tuck Admissions.
You are expected to adhere to Tuck’s Academic Honor Principle: “Integrity and honesty in the performance of academic activities, both in the classroom and outside, are essential to the educational experience for which the Tuck School has always stood. Each member of the Tuck community accepts the personal responsibility to uphold and defend high ethical standards in all academic endeavors, and to promote an atmosphere in which honest and imaginative academic work may flourish.”
Dartmouth College prepares an annual Security and Fire Safety Report which is available to all current and prospective students and employees. The report includes statistics concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings, or on property owned or controlled by Dartmouth College and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Director of Safety and Security and the College Proctor at +1 603 646 4000 or by accessing this website.
Dartmouth College is committed to the principle of equal opportunity for all its students, faculty, staff, and applicants for admission and employment. For that reason, Dartmouth prohibits any form of discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, national origin, citizenship, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other legally protected status in the administration of and access to the College's programs and activities, and in conditions of admission and employment. Dartmouth adheres to all applicable state and federal equal opportunity laws and regulations. (Dartmouth College refers to the entire institution, including the professional schools, graduate programs and auxiliary activities.) If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, please contact the Dartmouth Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity at +1 603 646 1606.
Tuck takes the utmost care with applicant data. For this reason, in your Tuck application we will ask whether or not you agree to allow us to share limited information, including your resume, career goals, selected demographic information, and contact information, with alumni, current students, other admitted students, and/or others in the Tuck community. An example includes matching you with alumni or student ambassadors for applicant and admitted student outreach. Information about your race/ethnicity is not used as part of the evaluation process and will not be visible to anyone making evaluative decisions on your candidacy for admission.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. For more information about how matriculating students may exercise their rights under FERPA, please contact the Tuck Registrar.
All application and supplemental material submitted become the property of the Tuck School of Business and cannot be returned.
Data subjects located in the EU may have certain rights in connection with the processing of personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information about how data subjects may exercise their rights under the GDPR, or on Dartmouth’s representative in the EU, please contact GDPR@dartmouth.edu.