Dartmouth College is a four-year, private college in Hanover, New Hampshire. 40 departments and interdisciplinary programs are offered by the Faculty of Arts & Sciences. The Geisel School of Medicine’s departments cover basic science and clinical fields, Thayer School of Engineering has a unified department of engineering sciences, and the Tuck School of Business’ MBA curriculum provides coverage of key business disciplines.
Dartmouth College offers the following veteran and military support programs:
Dartmouth is not a MyCAA approved school.
Dartmouth does not put a limit on the number of students that can benefit from Yellow Ribbon money each semester. Dartmouth is a college partner of the United States Marine Corps Leadership Scholar Program that supports Marines to pursue higher education after their service. Dartmouth is a Service To School partner institution. Service To School's VetLink program provides free one-on-one application counseling to U.S. military veterans.
Dartmouth, founded in 1769, is a private, Ivy League college. As President James Wright has observed, "If neither of the descriptive labels college or university fits us easily, that is eminently acceptable. We are a university in name and in basic values and purposes." Dartmouth is committed to promoting and celebrating the diversity of its community members. President Wright adds, "Our commitment to diversity is rooted in the fact that we are an educational institution. It is hard for me to imagine education going on without a richly diverse student body and faculty." Dartmouth's 265-acre campus is located in Hanover, northwest of Boston.
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