Undergraduate Housing

Undergraduate Housing

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.

  • Undergraduate Residential Life

    On-campus housing for undergraduates is offered within communities designed to enhance students’ academic and social experiences.

  • Living Learning Communities

    Living learning communities foster a holistic and integrative learning process as part of the residential experience.

  • Residence Halls and Communities

    More than 3,000 undergraduates live in campus residence halls, which are grouped into clusters and supervised by full-time, live-in community directors. 

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  • First-Year Communities

    All first-year students live on first-year floors (Russell Sage, McLaughlin, and East Wheelock), or in all first-year residence hall clusters (the River and the Choates).

  • Affinity Programs

    From sustainability to German, affinity housing brings students together around a shared academic or cultural interest.

  • Greek Letter Organizations and Societies

    The majority of Dartmouth’s Greek Letter organizations offer residential facilities for members in houses, apartments, or group space on a residence hall floor.

  • At Home at Dartmouth

    Everything you need to know about living in the residence halls—from the keys to your door to how to recycle or store your stuff—and who can help.