COVID-19 Information

Each of our actions have the ability to shape the health and wellbeing of our entire community. Every one of us at Tuck must do our part.


COVID-19 can spread quickly. Each of us can help to reduce the spread and protect our community by maintaining best practices.

Dartmouth College updates its COVID-19 reporting dashboard regularly with stats on confirmed cases, testing, quarantine and isolation. The complete dashboard can be found here.

The State of New Hampshire's COVID-19 Dashboard is here
The Vermont Department of Health COVID Dashboard is here.


May – June 2021 COVID Testing Hours (PDF)

*Complete the antigen testing consent form, available here.


We strongly believe that it is in the public health interest of our community to have as many people vaccinated as possible.

New Hampshire is currently vaccinating all residents age 16 and older. Vaccination information for residents of New Hampshire is available here, including guidance about the identification needed at vaccine appointments. 

Vermont is currently vaccinating all residents age 16 and older. Vaccination information for residents of Vermont is available here.

Dartmouth will require all students who will be on campus for the Fall 2021 Term to be fully vaccinated with an FDA-approved vaccine. The College will offer medical and religious exemptions. Dartmouth Health Service will manage the exemption process, as they do for other vaccines. Students may choose to be vaccinated at home or after arrival on campus. Students who have already been vaccinated should forward documentation of their completed vaccination to FDA-approved vaccines include the Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.


It is imperative that our community understand the guiding principles that the Tuck School relies upon in this unprecedented time.

  1.  Our commitment to pursuing our academic mission while also supporting the health and well-being of all members of the Tuck community – students, faculty, and staff.
  2. Our recognition and consideration of the diversity of the individual experiences, needs, and concerns of all our community members. 
  3. Our pledge to the quality of the Tuck educational experience regardless of where and how it is delivered. 
  4. Our responsibility to share as much relevant information as possible, to exercise transparency and trust, and to support community members in making informed decisions. 
  5. Our intention to transition back to our distinct in-person learning community as soon as safely possible.