Access to Tuck Buildings


July 15, 2020

Dear Students and Colleagues, 

Effective immediately all current Tuck students, faculty, and staff will need their Dartmouth College IDs in order to access buildings on the Tuck campus during all hours of the day. Building doors will be locked and IDs will be required in order to gain access. Visitors—people who are not current students, faculty, or staff—should not be inside Tuck buildings without specific authorization.

Out of an abundance of caution, Dartmouth College’s guidance to limit gatherings on campus remains in effect. All events of 10 or more people should be canceled, postponed, streamed/made virtual, or otherwise modified to bring attendance to fewer than 10 people. This applies to all gatherings on Dartmouth property, including students in Tuck residence halls, Sachem Village, and Six South Street Apartments.

Physical distancing and the use face coverings in communal or share spaces is too mandatory in all Tuck buildings.

Thank you for observing these measures and helping to keep our community safe.


Paul D. Mutone
Chief Financial & Administrative Officer


Dartmouth has formed a high-level task force to plan for and manage possible disruptions related to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, monitor federal and state recommendations, implement guidance, and communicate with our community.

More information on COVID-19