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We encourage you explore our admissions site and to bookmark this page for updates specifically offered for counselors about Dartmouth and our admissions activities. As we launch into the admissions cycle, here are some updates that may help you in your work with your students and our office in the coming months.
News from Dartmouth Admissions
Academic and Student Life Updates
- Dartmouth's Board of Trustees has appointed Philip J. Hanlon '77 as President-Elect of Dartmouth College. The Dartmouth family is thrilled to welcome a distinguished alumnus as its 18th President. Hanlon currently serves as Provost and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Michigan. He took office on July 1, 2013.
- For the fifth consecutive year, Dartmouth earned the top national ranking for "Strong Commitment to Teaching" from U.S. News and World Report.
- Following an October 2012 vote of the Dartmouth's Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exam results for enrolling students will be considered for course placement only, rather than for credit towards the Dartmouth degree. This new policy will take effect in the fall of 2014.
- Dartmouth's distinctive and flexible calendar system, the Dartmouth Plan, allows over 60% of Dartmouth students to study abroad before graduation, one of the highest rates of study abroad participation in the nation. The College also has one of the highest percentages nationally of students completing full-time internship or fellowship experiences while enrolled.
- Dartmouth remains committed to making an Ivy League education affordable. Recently, the College expanded our free-tuition/no loan program to include all families earning less than $100,000 in annual income. This year, Dartmouth will distribute more than $80 million in need-based aid. The average scholarship for the Class of 2016 was over $40,000.