Dartmouth College

Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is one of the oldest and most respected institutions of higher learning in the United States. A member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth has a long history of dedication to the highest educational ideals. With its world-class faculty and facilities, and nationally and internationally renowned graduate programs in engineering, business, medicine and the arts & sciences, the school has resources that very few universities can match. In addition, by maintaining a highly flexible quarter-system calendar, and allowing only faculty to teach its undergraduate courses, Dartmouth assures that students have complete and timely access to all that the institution has to offer. Faculty: The professors at Dartmouth are among the leaders in their fields, yet they remain fully committed to teaching. Even the most senior professors teach first-year courses. Recipients of more than $160 million in annual research grants and consistently ranked among the most respected teachers in American higher education, Dartmouth professors are true exemplars of the phrase teacher-scholar. Through course-related discussions, research collaborations, and casual conversation, students get to know their professors as instructors, mentors, colleagues, and friends. Undergraduate Students: Dartmouth students come from all 50 states and more than 84 countries. The population is divided evenly between men and women. More than a third of students identify themselves as students of color (32%) or non-US citizens (7%). Almost half of the students receive some form of need-based financial assistance to cover the cost of their education. Dartmouth disburses more than $70 million in need-based scholarships each year. Prior to Dartmouth, almost 60% of the students attended public secondary schools and 40% attended private or parochial schools. Once on campus, they take full advantage of the academic resources Dartmouth has to offer, and get involved in the more than 300 officially recognized organizations.

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Student Life
Enrolled Students: 5,997
Student to Faculty Ratio: 7 to 1
Annual Cost
In State Tuition: $38,679
Out of State Tuition $38,679
Books and Supplies $1,618
Students with Financial aid:** 62%
  • ** Refers to % of students receiving some form of financial aid
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