We Stand Apart
A Dartmouth education is unlike any other. Through person-to-person teaching and opportunities to create and apply knowledge on campus and across the globe, we instill a love of learning and a passion for success.
We educate global citizens, gifted writers and artists, wise business leaders, thoughtful doctors, and compassionate engineers. Our faculty are deeply invested in nurturing creativity as well as critical thinking. You can explore the cultural underpinnings and economic impacts of great works while creating your own masterpiece, all with the guidance and support of world-class masters of their crafts.
Graduate and Professional Schools
We empower a diverse, inclusive, and vibrant community of physicians and scientists to improve health locally and globally and tackle the most vexing challenges in health care.
We inspire students to blaze their own trails in postgraduate research and teaching, and award all PhD, MS, MA, and MALS (Master of Arts in Liberal Studies) degrees at Dartmouth.
Taking a human-centered approach to design in both undergraduate and graduate courses, Thayer was the first national research institution to award more bachelor’s degrees in engineering to women than men.
The world’s first graduate school of management, Tuck remains a global leader in business education, where you can earn your MBA or enroll in shorter-term executive education and other non-degree programs.
One major reason I came to Dartmouth is that my parents have always instilled in me the fact that education can be a tool for good.
I grew up in a low-income family but was able to attend Dartmouth on full scholarship. Many things had to work together in just the right way to get me here.
I didn’t want to just go to Everest and climb Everest. I think combining it with the research we did was a unique part of the journey.
At Dartmouth, education happens not only within traditional academic departments, but also at the intersections between them. Explore the 40+ departments and interdisciplinary programs of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Find your passion here. Browse the undergraduate majors and graduate programs of study available at Dartmouth.
More than 75 centers and institutes offer expanded learning and research in areas as diverse as medicine, the arts, engineering, and business. Many are interdisciplinary and bring together faculty and students from across campus to work on complex issues.
With more than 2 million volumes and expert one-on-one support from subject-specific librarians, the extensive print and digital collections of the Dartmouth Library expand intellectual horizons in an inviting, collegial setting.
The Arts and Sciences consist of more than 40 academic departments and programs; top majors among 2020 graduates were economics, government, computer science, engineering sciences, and biology.
Set your schedule. Dartmouth offers more than 2,100 undergraduate courses in the liberal arts.