- January 1: Regular Decision application deadline
- February 1: Financial Aid deadline
- Early April: Decisions released
- May 1: Candidates reply deadline
Dartmouth is committed to affordability.
- Dartmouth guarantees to meet 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for all four years. The average scholarship for the Class of 2016 was over $40,000.
- Students coming from families with total incomes of $100,000 or less—and possessing typical assets—receive FREE tuition at Dartmouth and loans are not included in their financial aid package.
Dartmouth offers an education like no other.
If you can picture yourself participating in research as an undergraduate, studying abroad, having coffee with your professor, or exploring subjects you never thought you would, Dartmouth, an Ivy League university, is right for you. We expect you to change the world for the better, and we give you the tools to make it happen.
Dartmouth is ranked #1 for undergraduate teaching by U.S. News & World Report for the fourth year in a row and our student-to-faculty ratio is 8:1.
- The depth and breadth of our curriculum means that students can choose from over 50 academic departments and courses, with over 1,600 courses offered each year.
- Over $200 million in funded research is conducted on campus each year, and faculty encourage their students to participate in research and independent study.
- More than 60 percent of Dartmouth students study abroad in one of Dartmouth's faculty-led programs or participate in international internships or service projects.
It's time that you consider Dartmouth. To learn more about applying, visit Undergraduate Admissions. The Regular Decision application deadline is January 1, so apply now.
Graduate School Admissions Links
The links below point directly to the admissions offices of Dartmouth’s graduate programs: