Welcome home. Nearly 90 percent of Dartmouth undergraduates live and learn together in residence halls; approved co-ed, fraternity, sorority houses, or undergraduate society houses; and affinity houses centered on academic or personal interests.
On-campus housing for undergraduates is offered within communities designed to enhance students’ academic and social experiences.
Living learning communities foster a holistic and integrative learning process as part of the residential experience.
More than 3,000 undergraduates live in campus residence halls, which are grouped into clusters and supervised by full-time, live-in community directors.
Students can live in College-recognized Greek houses beginning in the winter term of their sophomore year, and in undergraduate society houses beginning in the fall term of their sophomore year.
All students in the apartments belong to one of the six House Communities. All apartments can be selected by single gender or multi-gender roommate groups. You do not have to be part of the same House to live in the Senior Apartments.