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Art Supplement & Additional Material
New this year: Dartmouth will only collect electronic materials and will no longer accept mailed submissions.
Applicants with extraordinary talent in the fine or performing arts (dance, film & media studies, music, studio art and theater) may submit supplementary materials for review. While we expect that students with a vested interest in the arts will continue their participation at the collegiate level, an arts submission neither guarantees nor commits a student to participate in the arts at Dartmouth if admitted, nor does non-submission preclude such participation. The Arts Supplement is an optional component of the application.
In order to have your Arts Supplement considered in the review of your application, you must submit your materials electronically. New this year: Dartmouth will only collect electronic materials and will no longer accept mailed submissions.
Other Additional Materials
In general, applicants should include any information that they'd like to bring to the attention of the Admissions Committee in the First-Year Application.
The "Additional Information" section of the Common Application can be used to:
- Explain unusual circumstances that may have impacted your academic performance or other aspects of your candidacy.
- Add a resume to your application. Please note that applicants who submit a resume should still complete the "Activities" and "Work Experiences" section of the First-Year Application.
- Add a brief abstract of an independent research project.
- Add further detail about any aspect of your candidacy that is not sufficiently covered in the allowable fields of the Common Application.
You should not
submit copies of awards or certificates earned during your high school years.