The academic life at Tuck is rigorous and exciting. A first-year student typically attends classes in the morning; spends much of the afternoon studying, meeting with faculty members, or attending review sessions; and spends most evenings working with fellow students in study groups. While the intellectual atmosphere is challenging, it is also supportive and collaborative.
Students are also highly involved in their own career development. Tuck's Career Development Office provides resources to help students learn about various industries, research prospective employers, create compelling resumes, and hone their interviewing and networking skills.
In addition, students and their partners have many chances to take part in Tuck extracurricular activities—from sports to student clubs to the arts. Tuck students may use all Dartmouth athletic facilities—such as the weight room, pools, dance studio, ski area, boat house, and golf course to name a few. Students may also visit the Hood Museum of Art, the Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover restaurants, local museums, or take part in a variety of other cultural activities. In short, student life in Hanover is rich and varied.