Tuck COVID-19 Information and Campus Updates

Visitor Logistics

Plan Your Visit

We are looking forward to your visit to Tuck! Below you will find logistical details for your visit, including driving directions, parking and check-in procedures, and advance shipment information. Click on the headings further below for details.

Rules and Regulations for In-Person Recruiting Engagements

Updated March 28, 2022 in accordance with Dartmouth Visitor Guidelines

In order to access Dartmouth locations or Dartmouth-sponsored in-person events, visitors must follow Dartmouth policies including, but not limited to, this visitor guidance, and Dartmouth’s face-mask policy and event guidance. Visitors must also follow applicable federal, state, and local requirements. In some cases, a Dartmouth venue may have more stringent policies in place due to contracts with external organizations (e.g., the Hopkins Center agreement with the Broadway League, and the Athletics department with the NCAA), and in those cases, visitors should follow the guidance provided by the Dartmouth venue.

Dartmouth leadership will continue to monitor health guidance as well as the conditions of COVID-19 at Dartmouth and in the surrounding communities and will make changes to this guidance accordingly. Please email covid-19.info@dartmouth.edu with questions about COVID-19 policies.

Career Services requires that all visitors to campus be registered with our office at least three business days prior to their visit. We will need names, titles, and email addresses for all visitors.

Career Services Visits will be designated dates and time blocks in which the visitor is sponsored by the Career Services team to be on campus to perform recruiting-specific events. Any activities outside of this block or outside of the recruiting activity (trips to Byrne, chats with Faculty etc.) will be at the discretion of the visitor and they may be asked to provide a contact list for tracing purposes.

Career Services will have registration lists for the recruiting event to provide in the case of contact-tracing. However, visitors will be required to monitor activities outside of their recruiting visit to be sent over if the visitor develops symptoms.

Dartmouth recommends that all visitors 5 years of age or older:

  • Are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, including booster doses when eligible; OR
  • Receive a negative test result from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to accessing a Dartmouth location or Dartmouth-sponsored event, preferably as close to access as possible, unless they initially tested positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days prior and recovered (they have ended isolation and do not have symptoms).

COVID-19 tests are available through health care providers and local pharmacies, through resources provided by the New Hampshire and Vermont state health departments, and through resources provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is good practice to have at least two rapid antigen tests easily accessible to you in case you have to test due to symptoms or exposure.

Visitors must not come to Dartmouth property if:

They have been directed by a public health official to quarantine or isolate during the period they are scheduled to travel to or be at Dartmouth

They are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 including the following:

  • A fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, or felt feverish in the last 72 hours
  • New respiratory symptoms including a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath
  • General body symptoms such as new muscle aches, chills, or severe fatigue
  • New gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Any new change in their sense of taste or smell

Visitors who feel sick or think they might have COVID-19 symptoms should wear a face mask, follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) isolation guidance, and test immediately, even if they initially tested positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days prior.

Visitors who test positive for COVID-19 should isolate immediately following the CDC’s isolation guidance, wear a face mask, and contact their primary care provider, especially if they are at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19 as treatment may be available. Visitors should also inform their close contacts so they know to wear a mask and test. For COVID-19, a close contact is anyone who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person for a combined total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. An infected person can transmit COVID-19 starting 48 hours before they developed symptoms or took a test with a positive result.

Visitors who are identified as a close contact should wear a face mask, follow the CDC’s testing and quarantine guidance, and contact their primary care provider.

All visitors must follow state and local requirements and Dartmouth policies.

Before Your Event

Career Services requires that all visitors to campus be registered with our office at least three business days prior to their visit.  Please provide the names, titles, and contact emails of the individuals who will be representing your company on-campus or virtually using the survey button below. This will help us prepare for your visit. 

Visitor Information Survey

In-Person Event Facilitation

Catering - Please contact Career Services to place any catering orders for lunch and/or company receptions as soon as possible. Our campus caterer does fill up, so having orders in advance will ensure our ability to accommodate your event. We will monitor the event headcount and adjust catering orders as needed. If our campus caterer is unavailable, you are welcome to arrange outside catering.

Event Note - Some students may be unable to attend in-person events due to their own health situations and preferences. If an event cannot feasibly be offered in a hybrid format, the employer agrees to accommodate these students in another way (i.e.  offering a 1:1 coffee chat or other networking opportunity in lieu of the event).

Visitors to campus must follow the Rules and Regulations outlined at the top of this page (duplicated below).

Rules and Regulations for In-Person Recruiting Engagements

Dartmouth recommends that all visitors 5 years of age or older:

  • Are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, including booster doses when eligible; OR
  • Receive a negative test result from a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to accessing a Dartmouth location or Dartmouth-sponsored event, preferably as close to access as possible, unless they initially tested positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days prior and recovered (they have ended isolation and do not have symptoms).

COVID-19 tests are available through health care providers and local pharmacies, through resources provided by the New Hampshire and Vermont state health departments, and through resources provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is good practice to have at least two rapid antigen tests easily accessible to you in case you have to test due to symptoms or exposure.

Career Services requires that all visitors to campus be registered with our office at least three business days prior to their visit. We will need names, titles, and email addresses for all visitors.

Career Services Visits will be designated dates and time blocks in which the visitor is sponsored by the Career Services team to be on campus to perform recruiting-specific events. Any activities outside of this block or outside of the recruiting activity (trips to Byrne, chats with Faculty etc.) will be at the discretion of the visitor and they may be asked to provide a contact list for tracing purposes.

Career Services will have registration lists for the recruiting event to provide in the case of contact-tracing. However, visitors will be required to monitor activities outside of their recruiting visit to be sent over if the visitor develops symptoms*.

Visitors must not access a Dartmouth location or Dartmouth-sponsored in-person event if:

  • They are in isolation or quarantine;
  • They are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 including the following:
    • A fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, or felt feverish in the last 72 hours;
    • New respiratory symptoms including a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath;
    • General body symptoms such as new muscle aches, chills, or severe fatigue;
    • New gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea;
    • Any new change in their sense of taste or smell.

Visitors who feel sick or think they might have COVID-19 symptoms should wear a face mask, follow the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) isolation guidance, and test immediately, even if they initially tested positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days prior.

Visitors who test positive for COVID-19 should isolate immediately following the CDC’s isolation guidance, wear a face mask, and contact their primary care provider, especially if they are at high risk for severe illness from COVID-19 as treatment may be available. Visitors should also inform their close contacts so they know to wear a mask and test. For COVID-19, a close contact is anyone who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person for a combined total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. An infected person can transmit COVID-19 starting 48 hours before they developed symptoms or took a test with a positive result.

Visitors who need help identifying or reaching out to their close contacts can get in touch with their host or event organizer. Hosts and organizers who receive information on close contacts from someone who tested positive and need assistance, can email Occupational Health at occupational.medicine@dartmouth.edu.

Visitors who are identified as a close contact should wear a face mask, follow the CDC’s testing and quarantine guidance, and contact their primary care provider.

Virtual Event Facilitation

Virtual events can be held in many ways on many platforms and we are here to help!

Career Services is happy to facilitate your event using Zoom. However, if you would prefer to use your own platform, that is fine too.

  • If you would like Career Services to facilitate, we will provide you with a Zoom link prior to your event. We ask that you please share the link with the reps that will be attending. We will add it to the Tuck Recruiting event as well.
    • If you would like to learn more about Zoom and how it can be used, please reach out to the team.
    • Attendance will be taken for the event*.
  • If you choose to use your own platform, please send us the link to add to the Tuck Recruiting event with any additional information the students might need to sign-in (PW etc.).
    • If you would like us to take attendance on your behalf, please let us know*.
    • If you would prefer to take your own attendance, thank you! If you would like us to provide a registration list, we are happy to do so.

*Career Services requires students who have registered for events on our portal to sign in through a link that we provide at the time of the event. If you would like us to provide an attendance list after your event, we will need to be able to access the chat feature. Please feel free to contact us for more information or to find a solution that works for your situation.

Shipping Materials in Advance

If you would like to ship promotional materials for the students, you may ship them ahead of time to our office. Please indicate in an email or in the package, how you would like the materials distributed to the students, here are a few options:

  • Distribute to all students before event
    • Please provide 300 items per class, and indicate if you would like to distribute to 1st Years, 2nd Years, or Both
  • Distribute to the attendees of your event
    • If mailing prior to your event, please provide enough for the number registered plus an additional 10-15 for any late additions.
  • Distribute to a targeted list of students
    • Please provide the list of targeted students.

If you will need anything shipped back to your firm, please provide a pre-paid return shipping label when you ship your items to us, and we will have them mailed back to you.

Materials may be shipped to the following address:

Tuck Career Services
C/O Your Name/Company Name
Tuck School of Business
100 Tuck Hall
Hanover, NH 03755


Check-In

When you arrive, please check in with us at the Tuck Career Services office. We're located at Tuck Hall, Room 107 (Conway). Tuck Hall is the central building with columns located on Tuck Circle. Enter the building proceed toward the offices and turn right, Tuck Career Services is the first office on the left.

Interactive Campus Map

Explore our interactive campus map to experience the beautiful Tuck campus and find your way around once you’re here.

Travel Directions

For detailed information on how to get to Tuck by car, coach service, air, or train, visit directions to our campus.

Parking

As with many schools, parking is a challenge here at Tuck. If you are staying in town, we suggest walking to Tuck or taking the Advance Transit shuttle if possible. Ask your hotel if they are able to offer a shuttle service to campus.

If you need a parking space for your visit, please proceed to the Engineering and Computer Science Center (ECSC) Parking Garage via Thayer Drive. (Please note that you cannot access the garage from Tuck Drive.)

  • The GPS address for the ECSC parking garage is 15 Thayer Drive, Hanover, NH.
  • Parking Rates
    • Weekday 6am-5pm: $15
    • Weekday 5pm-Midnight: $5
    • Weekday Midnight-5am: $5
    • Weekend Daily: $5
    • Daily Max: $25
    • Grace Period: 10 minutes
  • Payment Methods
    • Credit Card
    • ParkMobile App

After 4:30 p.m. Channing-Cox lot is available for parking. Before that time this lot requires a valid parking pass, and you will be ticketed if you park in this area.

Visitor parking is available for purchase through the ParkMoble App in many of the lots around campus, see ParkMoble location map

Please see this map for locations of the above-mentioned parking areas.

Shuttle Service in Hanover

The Advance Transit Dartmouth/Hanover shuttle operates from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on a loop through downtown Hanover and the Dartmouth campus, including traveling to and from Tuck from the Hanover Inn and Dartmouth’s Dewey and Thompson satellite parking lots. The Dewey lot is more accessible to Tuck.

Hotels

There are two places to stay in Hanover within walking distance to Tuck.

The following hotels are located a few miles away, they offer special rates for Tuck Career Services visitors as well as free shuttles to and from campus:

  • Hilton Garden Inn Hanover/ Lebanon (5 miles from Tuck) – to access special rates please use this link
  • Courtyard by Marriott Hanover/Lebanon, NH (3.5 miles from Tuck) – This site offers complimentary on-site parking, a Bistro with a Starbucks, and an indoor heated pool.
    Use cluster code: DGQ
  • Residence Inn by Marriott Hanover/Lebanon (3.5 miles from Tuck) – This site offers a complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi, parking, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and fully equipped kitchens.
    Use cluster code: DGQ

See a list of additional hotels and inns in the area or visit the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce website.

Airport Shuttles, Rental Cars, Taxi and Car Services

Should you need ground transportation during your visit, we encourage you to make a reservation at least 3 days in advance with a local taxi company. There is Uber and Lyft service in the area, but because we are not an urban area, connecting with a driver could take up to 30 minutes. You can schedule an Uber or Lyft pick-up ahead of time by contacting Upper Valley RideShare (rideshare@uvrides.com).

Taxi services

Big Yellow Taxi - Hanover, NH & Vermont

(802) 281-8294 - 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
(603) 643-8294- After hours call dispatch

P&P's Twin State Taxi

(802) 295-7878

Please note: If you are flying into the Lebanon Airport, please remember that it is a very small regional airport, and as a result taxis do not wait there; you should plan to call them in advance.

There are rental-car agencies near the Lebanon Airport. You may find it more convenient to contact them to rent a car for your visit.

North Country Auto Rental and Shuttle
800-488-3039 or 603-448-0538
Avis Car Rental
603-298-7753
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
603-298-0218
Hertz
603-298-8254

Publicity

Tuck Career Services publicizes events through an online student calendar as well as in a weekly email.
You may wish to supplement the publicity for your event in the following ways:

  • Contact Students Directly - If you would like to send us a virtual flyer or a brief, one-paragraph description of your event, we can share it with students or specific groups on your behalf.
  • Posters - You may provide Tuck Career Services with a poster to be hung in the student mailroom. You may also provide us with a virtual poster that we will publicize on Tuck TV. Virtual posters should be sent as jpegs or gifs with 16:9 dimensions.
  • Flyers - We regret that we are not able to deliver flyers directly to student mailboxes, but we will gladly place a stack in the student mailroom. You may contact clubs directly about distributing materials to student mailboxes.