Fee Descriptions

Student Fees 

Health Access Fee

The per term Health Access Fee supports the College's continuing commitment to providing health services to all students. These services include those posted on the College’s Health Service/Dick’s House.

The fee appears on the tuition and fees bill for each term of enrollment.

International Services Fee

The per term international services fee helps offset costs generated by the visa sponsorship process and the support services offered to international students.  This fee is assessed to all actively enrolled international students at the College—both undergraduate and graduate.  An international student for the purposes of this fee is defined as one who is not a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent resident, and who holds, or is applying for, a valid U.S. visa or immigration status under Dartmouth’s sponsorship.

The fee appears on the tuition and fees bill for each term of enrollment.

General Student Services Fee

All undergraduate students are assessed a General Student Services fee each term enrolled.  The general fee partially supports a variety of services provided for all enrolled undergraduate students including but not limited to technology costs, library services and facilities, and recreation activities and facilities.

The fee appears on the tuition and fees bill for each term of enrollment.

Student Activity Fee

All undergraduate students are assessed a Student Activities fee for each term in residence.  Funds collected from these charges are used to support the Student Assembly, other co-curricular organizations, and campus-wide cultural, educational, social and athletic activities.  Student Activities fee funds are managed directly by students through the Council on Student Organizations (COSO).

The fee appears on the tuition and fees bill for each term of enrollment.

One-time Undergraduate Fees

Class Dues

At the beginning of their first-year undergraduate students are assessed a one-time charge. Funds collected from these charges are made available to the Class Council over the four years that the class attends the College.

Student Record Fee

In their first term of enrollment each undergraduate is assessed a one-time document or student record fee. This fee entitles the student to an unlimited number of official transcripts. Additionally, the fee covers a number of services offered by the undergraduate Career Services Office. The fee covers these services while the student attends the college and post attendance it covers unlimited transcripts.

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