Dartmouth offers close to 70 majors and minors and 11 interdisciplinary programs in areas as diverse as medicine, the arts, engineering, and business, as well as opportunities to self-design majors, empowering you to build the academic program that excites you intellectually.
Dartmouth is a unique fusion of a renowned liberal arts college and leading research university where students and faculty partner to take on the world's greatest challenges.
Consistently recognized for faculty at the forefront of their fields who also work closely with undergraduates--both in the classroom and through independent study and research--Dartmouth offers you a rare opportunity to pursue your studies as far as your aspirations can take them.
The liberal arts are at Dartmouth's core. Regardless of major, we encourage all students to explore the social sciences, natural sciences, arts, humanities and more.
Dartmouth's mission is to develop lifelong learners and leaders, recognizing that to lead in the 21st century one must constantly be questioning, learning, and forging ahead into the unknown. Dartmouth's liberal arts program is built to prepare you for the rapid pace, complexity, and global interconnectivity of our times.
At Dartmouth, you'll have access to scholars who love to teach, faculty who are leaders in their fields, and devoted teachers and mentors.
Dartmouth's student-to-faculty ratio is 7:1--you'll have small classes and the opportunity to work one-on-one with your professors.
More than half of Dartmouth undergraduates take advantage of at least one off-campus study experience before graduation. You can choose from over 75 Dartmouth-sponsored programs that range from Linguistics in New Zealand to Environmental Studies in South Africa. Also, your financial aid travels with you if you study abroad through a Dartmouth program.