Dartmouth College is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the USA, dating back to 1769. Classified as an R1 university, Dartmouth College has been a member of the consortium of leading research institutions since 2019. Currently, programs at Dartmouth College are offered through its 40+ academic departments and 4 colleges.

Students applying for admission at Dartmouth College can choose from over 60 majors. Popular majors according to 2020 graduates include economics, government, computer science, engineering sciences, and biology. Dartmouth College follows a highly selective admissions policy with an acceptance rate at 6.2%. International students need to submit TOEFL scores over 100 as proof of proficiency during admissions.

The tuition fee for undergraduate programs at Dartmouth College is around 48.11 lakhs. In the case of graduate programs, the tuition fee ranges from 48 lakhs INR to 70 lakhs INR. The School follows a need-blind admissions policy and offers scholarships worth $1,000 to over $50,000

Student Enrolment: In total, 28,357 applications were submitted for the class of 2025. 1,749 students were accepted. 46% of students enrolled for early decisions at Dartmouth College. International students comprise 15% of the total class.

Jobs: More than 200 companies recruit students from Dartmouth College. The average salary offered to graduates of Dartmouth College is between $40,000 to $90,000 USD.

Campus: Dartmouth College’s campus includes 81 academic and administrative buildings, 38 athletic facilities, 4 Art Centers and 11 library buildings.

Accommodation: Undergraduate and graduate students can choose to stay on-campus or off-campus. To apply for on-campus housing, students need to apply online at the Office of Residential Life. The residence halls at the college are available at a cost of 3,627 USD per term. 

Cost of Attendance: The average cost to study at Dartmouth College is 71 lakhs which includes tuition fees of 48 lakhs and housing fees of 9 lakhs.

Financial Aid: 55% of undergraduates receive financial aid from Dartmouth College. The total amount of scholarships offered was 34.6 million USD. The College also offered need-based grants worth $62,900.


Dartmouth College Ranking

Dartmouth college ranks #99 as per Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022. Some other rankings of Dartmouth College are as follows:

  • #13 as per THE US College Rankings 2022
  • #151-175 in Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings 2021
  • #205 in QS World University Rankings 2023
  • #32 in US universities as per QS Rankings 2021
  • #41 in CWUR world ranking 2022-23
  • #13 in National Universities by US News and World Report 2022
  • #5 in best undergraduate teaching as per US News and World Report
  • #20 in best value schools as per US News and World Report


Dartmouth College Programs

More than 2,100 undergraduate programs are offered at Dartmouth College. Undergraduate students are required to take part in Dartmouth Plan (D-Plan). This is a flexible, year-round curriculum divided into 4 terms.

  • Undergraduate programs in liberal arts and sciences at Dartmouth College are offered by more than 40 departments. The school also offers more than 60 majors and minors to choose from.
  • Undergraduate and graduate programs at Dartmouth College are offered by four colleges. These include the following Geisel School of Medicine, Tuck School of Business, Thayer School of Engineering and Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies.
  • Top undergraduate majors for 2020 graduates at Dartmouth College include economics, government, computer science, engineering sciences, and biology.
  • Thayer School of Engineering offers 3 doctoral degrees, 3 master’s degrees and 3 bachelor’s degrees including a dual degree.
  • MBA at Dartmouth college is offered by Tuck School of Business. Along with this, the school offers an Advanced Management Program.


Programs Total Annual Fees
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], Engineering Physics                                     -
Bachelor of Arts [B.A], Quantitative Social Science                                     -
Master of Business Administration [M.B.A]/Doctor of Medicine [M.D]                                     -
Master of Arts [M.A], Comparative Literature                                      -
              Master of Science [M.Sc], Earth Sciences                                     -


Dartmouth College Campus

Dartmouth College supports more than 180 student organizations and 8 student governance groups. The Collis Center for student involvement conducts events such as bonfires, winter carnival and family weekends

The Outdoor programs office at Dartmouth College organizes an array of outdoor activities. This includes hiking, mountain biking, fishing, paddling and backcountry skiing.

To build a vibrant student life, Dartmouth College offers 35 intercollegiate varsity sports, of which 18 are women's, 16 are men's, and one is coed, at the NCAA Division I level. There are also 35 club sports on campus at Dartmouth College. At Dartmouth College, three-quarters of undergraduates participate in some form of athletics and intramural sports.

Each school/department at the college has its own number of groups that can be opted by the student planning to interact and grow in a specific niche.


Dartmouth College Accommodation

Housings in Dartmouth are categorized into undergraduate and graduate housing that provides on and off-campus housing for undergraduates and graduates. Almost 90% of all undergraduates live in Dartmouth housing. The cost of different types of accommodation at Dartmouth College is $3,627 per term.

  • Additionally, more than half of Tuck School of Business's first-year students live in on-campus residence halls.
  • It is also recorded that 85% of students live on-campus in residence halls and the other 15% live in college-owned off-campus apartments or local rental options.
  • There are six residence halls for undergraduates with options for one-room singles, one-room doubles, two and three-room doubles, two and three-room triples, quads, suite-style living, and three and four-bedroom apartments with common rooms.
  • Aside from residence halls, Dartmouth offers three more housing options for upper-class students. In McLaughlin Cluster communities, each floor has single-use bathrooms, a kitchen, lounges and living rooms, and study spaces.