Residential Life

Residential Life

Living and learning. At Dartmouth, you'll be part of a close-knit community that’s anchored by campus life. Whether in the undergraduate residence halls or the graduate student apartments near campus, you're always near friends and faculty.

  • Undergraduate Student Housing

    Nearly 90 percent of undergraduates live in Dartmouth housing, including residence halls; approved co-ed, fraternity, or sorority houses; and undergraduate society and affinity houses.

  • Dining

    Dartmouth’s award-winning food service prepares a wide variety of meals in five main dining areas. For study breaks, there are two cafés in Baker-Berry Library.

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  • Religious and Spiritual Life

    More than 25 campus organizations support the community in exploring spirituality, faith, meaning, and religious dialogue.

  • Accessibility

    Dartmouth’s programs, services, and activities are accessible to all, and the College does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admissions and employment processes.

  • Safety and Security

    Dartmouth Safety and Security officers are on duty and available to help 24 hours a day, every day.

  • Move-in day at the McLaughlin Cluster