Widely recognized for the extraordinary quality of its undergraduate teaching, Dartmouth offers a liberal arts education for the 21st century: education in and beyond the classroom, plus the preparation to go out and change the world.
An education for life. One of the world’s greatest academic institutions and a member of the Ivy League, Dartmouth has been educating leaders since 1769. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are distinguished by academic excellence, personal attention from top faculty, opportunities to participate in research, and a close-knit community. Begin your journey here.
Dartmouth's graduate students benefit from world-class facilities, outstanding faculty, and a commitment to individual education. Choose from 27 master's and doctoral programs in the humanities and the health, natural, physical, and computer sciences, as well as joint and interdisciplinary degrees.
At Geisel, the nation's fourth oldest medical school, students learn from renowned teachers, clinicians, and researchers as they become leaders who will tackle the most vexing problems in health care.
Collaborative, cross-disciplinary, entrepreneurial—Thayer School's unified department of engineering sciences prepares undergraduates, MEM, MS, and PhD students to solve humanity's most difficult problems.
"Integrity in all endeavors, teamwork that reaches beyond oneself in a supportive community, and a time-honored belief that the highest-quality learning comes from connecting amazing students with leading scholars. Around the world, people recognize these values as the foundation of Tuck's success."
—Dean Matthew J. Slaughter