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Student Residence

Dartmouth is a residential college. Therefore, all first-year students who are not married or in a college-recognized domestic partnership are required to live on campus during their first three academic terms at Dartmouth. All remaining regis­tered undergraduates who are not married or in a college-recognized domestic partnership may live in College undergraduate housing or in a College-recognized coed/fraternity, sorority, or undergraduate society house if space is available. Housing is not guaranteed after the first year. Students who reside off campus dur­ing an enrolled term must file a local address as part of the on-line check-in pro­cess. Enrolled Dartmouth students may not live in coed, fraternity, sorority, or undergraduate society houses that are not recognized by the College.

NOTE.: For complete information regarding residence life and appropriate reg­ulations, consult the Student Handbook or refer to the Housing Application/Con-tract and other publications of the Office of Residential Life.