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Other Ways to Learn at Dartmouth
Summer Programs for High School Students
The Dartmouth campus plays host to a number of summer programs for high school students. Not all of these programs are affiliated with the College and most are administered by other organizations. A few of the summer programs hosted at Dartmouth are listed below:
- The Dartmouth Forensic Union offers workshops and institutes for novice and experienced high school debaters, as well as a special program for high school debate coaches.
- The Rassias Program runs six summer language programs open to high school students.
- There are a total of 15 Sports Camps hosted at Dartmouth.
Special Community Students
Benefits-eligible Dartmouth employees, full-time non-faculty employees of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center or the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, and local high school juniors and seniors attending eligible high schools may be able to enroll in Dartmouth courses as Special Community Students. For more information, please email Edwin Leavitt at Edwin.R.Leavitt@dartmouth.edu. The Special Community Student Program is not administered by the Undergraduate Admissions Office.