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    Dartmouth College: Rankings, Courses, Admissions, Tuition Fee, Cost of Attendance & Scholarships

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    Bhavya Rawal

    Study Abroad Expert | Updated on - May 23, 2021

    Dartmouth College is one of the Ivey League institutions in the US accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE) of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Popular for its unique blending of world-class research resources with a focus on undergraduate education through small classes, top-flight facilities, and an outstanding faculty, the college is home to over 6,000 students (4400 UG). 

    The college received over 22,000 applications for the class of 2022 of which only 1,169 were accepted. These statistics are a clear indication that admissions with Dartmouth are not easy to crack. An international student planning to apply for the college must note that merely fulfilling the basic criteria will not ensure acceptance. It is advised that students aim at competitive scores on standardized tests required to study in the US and have at least 3.3 GPA (87-89%). Once accepted into Dartmouth College, international students must be prepared to with a sum of $58,953 to $87,500 for the tuition fees. Currently, international students make up 10% of the undergraduate student body and 27% of the graduate student body at Dartmouth College.

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    Top Courses at Dartmouth College

    Dartmouth College offers over 56 undergraduate programs with over 60 majors and minors to choose from. Frank J. Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at Dartmouth offers 11 masters and 17 doctoral degrees across a broad range of programs. Among one of the most popular courses for international students is the full-time MBA offered by Tuck School of Business of Dartmouth College. 

    Dartmouth College Rankings

    Dartmouth College Rankings by QS for 2021 are:

    • World University Rankings: 101th
    • US University Ranking: 37th
    • WUR Ranking by subject: 66th
    • Engineering & technology Rank: 176th
    • Clinical Pre-clinical & Health Rank: 98th
    THE ranks Dartmouth as: US News Rankings for Dartmouth are:
    • #13 in National Universities
    • #7 in UG Studies in USA
    • #2 Best Colleges for Veterans

    Highlights

    College Type Private
    Campus Setting Rural
    Annual Endowment 5.7 billion USD
    Student Retention Rate 96%
    International Student  15.5%
    Tuition for international students $55-57K
    Work-study program Yes
    Employment Rate 94.6%
    Gradaution Rate 96.4%
    Campus housing capacity 85%
    The annual cost of attendance 69,787 USD
    Admission Helpdesk contact@dartmouth.edu

    Dartmouth College Campus & Accommodations

    Dartmouth College operates a main campus of 269-acres. There are 81 academic and administrative buildings on the campus, 38 athletic facilities, four art centers, five main dining areas, and two cafes, 11 library buildings, 87 undergraduate and four graduate residence buildings (including offices), 76 parking lots, and 59 common public event spaces. For international students planning to study at Dartmouth College, here is what your life on-campus will be like:

    • More than 160 groups and organizations managed and supported by UG students to choose from. These student clubs and organizations range from politics to performance.  
    • To build a vibrant student life, Dartmouth College offers 35 intercollegiate varsity sports, of which 18 are women's, 16 are men's, and one is coed, at the NCAA Division I level. There are also 35 club sports on campus at Dartmouth College. At Dartmouth College, three-quarters of undergraduates participate in some form of athletics and intramural sports.
    • DOC or Dartmouth Outing Club is a group of students sponsoring outdoor stewardship and recreational activities. 
    • Each school/department at the college has its own number of groups that can be opted by the student planning to interact and grow in a specific niche. 

    Dartmouth College Residence

    Housings in Dartmouth are categorized into undergraduate and graduate housing that provides on and off-campus housings for undergraduates and graduates. Almost 90% of all undergraduates live in Dartmouth housing. Additionally, more than half of Tuck School of Business first-year students live in on-campus residence halls. It is also recorded that 85% of students live on-campus in residence halls and the other 15% live in college-owned off-campus apartments or local rental options.

    There are six residence halls for undergraduates viz: Allen House, East Wheelock House, North Park House, School House, South House, and West House. For undergraduate residence, there are options for one-room singles, one-room doubles, two and three-room doubles, two and three-room triples, quads, suite-style living, and three and four-bedroom apartments with common rooms.

    Aside from residence halls, Dartmouth offers three more housing options for upper-class students which are: Mclaughlin Living Learning Communities, senior apartments, and Greek housing. In McLaughlin Cluster communities, each floor has single-use bathrooms, a kitchen, lounges and living rooms, and study spaces.

    Application Process for Housing at Dartmouth

    • Log in at my.umassd.edu
    • Click on "Student Resources"
    • Click on Student Housing Information Info Portal (StarRez)
    • Click on Spring 2021 Housing Application
    • Follow the steps to complete the housing application

    At Dartmouth, all undergraduate freshmen are required to live on first-year floors, that is, the Russell Sage, McLaughlin, and East Wheelock floors. They can also choose to live in all first-year residence hall clusters which are the River and the Choates. The general costs of living-on campus with Dartmouth College UG residences are:

    • Residence Hall rooms: 3,293 USD per term
    • Senior apartments: 3,293 USD per term
    • College-owned Greek houses: 3,293 USD per term
    • Privately-owned Greek houses: minimum of 2,799 USD per term

    When you are residing with Sachem Village here is what it will cost:

    The application fee to Sachem Village housing is 50 USD. Housing cost depends on the type of accommodation opted, the brief details of the same are:

    Accommodation Type Costs (USD for 2021-22)
    2 bedroom duplex 1150-1976
    3 bedroom duplex 1250-2300
    1 bedroom duplex 1395-1420
    2 bedroom triplex 1595-2190

    Meal plans available per semester or term are:

    • Ivy Standard Unlimited Plan: 2,085 USD
    • 10-weekly plan: 1,870 USD
    • 7-weekly plan: 1,835 USD
    • 5-Weekly plan: 1,835 USD
    • 125 Block Choice Plan: 1,865 USD
    • 75 Block Choice Plan: 1,835 USD
    • Off-Campus Apartment plan: 1,000 USD
    • On-Campus Apartment plan: 1,490 USD

    Don’t worry if the on-campus accommodation option seems expensive to you. There are many off-campus accommodation options in the USA that not only suit your budget but also your living style.

    Dartmouth College Application Process

    Dartmouth College accepts applications for both early decision (ED) and daily decision (RD). The deadline to apply for an ED role is November 1st. If you apply early decision, keep in mind that you can only apply to one school and must commit to attending if admitted.

    Dartmouth College accepts the QuestBridge application, Common Application, and the Coalition Application (CAAS). They do not accept the Universal Application. Graduate students can apply through the corresponding program page.

    Application fee:

    •  Undergraduate: 80 USD
    • Tuck Business School: 250 USD
    • Thayer School of Engineering: 45 USD
    • Giesel School of Medicine: 130 USD
    •  Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced studies: According to the program, application fees are sometimes not required, waived or vary by a few programs.

    For getting admission with Dartmouth College, you must fulfill the following criteria: 

    • SAT ScoresCritical Reading EBRW: Mean: 732; Median: 750, Mid 50% range: 710-770. SAT Math: Mean: 754; Median: 780; Mid 50% range: 730-790
    • ACT Scores: Mean: 33; Mid 50% range: 32-35
    • English Language Proficiency Scores
      • Minimum accepted test scores: TOEFL: 100, IELTS: 7.0

    General supporting documents to include in the application package are:

    • Application form, Visa, and copy of passport
    • Academic transcripts
    • Three/two letters of recommendation
    • Test scores from standardized tests
    • Three essays –a personal statement and two brief supplemental essays
    • Résumé (graduate applicants)
    • Applicants who are currently attending a secondary or post-secondary academic program conducted in English, are exempted from the test scores requirements.

    Dartmouth College Cost of Attendance

    Below is the estimated cost of attendance for international students at Dartmouth College divided into tuition fees and other costs.

    Tuition Fees

    Level/Program Amount per annum (USD)
    Geisel School of Medicine 67,532
    Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at Dartmouth 58,953
    Master Health Care Delivery Science 87,500
    Master’s in Public Health (TDI) 76,362
    Thayer School of Engineering 58,953
    Tuck School of Business 77,520
    Undergraduate college 58,953

    Dartmouth College runs quarterly, so semester fees are multiplied three times to get the annual rate.

    Other Fees in USD

    Type of Fees Costs (USD/year)
    Health Access Fee 300
    International Service Fee 312
    Health Insurance (undergraduate) 4163
    Student Activity fee (undergraduate) 318
    General Student Services Fee (undergraduate) 1,436
    • The estimated annual cost of attendance for an international undergraduate is 73,059 USD
    • The estimated average annual cost of attendance for an international graduate is 87,244 USD

    Dartmouth College Scholarships

    Approximately 48% of undergraduates receive financial aids from Dartmouth. Total amount of scholarships offered 29.7 million USD. Eligible international students or permanent non-citizens can file a FAFSA to apply for federal aids at Dartmouth College. International students are to fill out the CSS profile form to apply for aids. Students may also need to fill out supplementary forms such as non-custodial profile waiver request form, business farm supplement, and non-filing statement for parents.

    • Percentage of financial aid recipients: 52%
    • Percentage of Pell Eligible: 15%
    • Percentage of low-Income households: 18%
    • Percentage of average Need-Based Grant: 55,572 USD

    Types of aids available to international students include scholarships and grants, work-study/student employment, fee waivers, and student loans (eligible international students). Scholarships available to international students include

    • Dartmouth Scholarships: These are need-based scholarships and they are in the range of 1,000 USD to 50,000 USD depending on the applicant's eligibility.
    • Dartmouth Endowed Scholarships: With varying amounts, these scholarships are 750 in number each year and students can be a recipient of one or more of them.
    • Hannah Croasdale Award: This is an annual award for graduating Ph.D. students in the Guarini School of graduate and advanced studies.
    • Tuck Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to Tuck school of business and they range from 10,000 USD to full tuition with the average being 26,415 USD.
    • The Willard M. Bollenbach Jr. 1949 Fund: This is a second-year scholarship for two Turk students each year. Amount varies.
    • MEM (Master of Engineering Management) Aid: The MEM financial aid is need-based and it is given as a partial tuition scholarship capped at 40%.

    If you wish to learn more about the scholarships available to international students studying in USA, read along here

    Dartmouth College Alumni

    Some of the benefits offered to Dartmouth College graduates are:

    • Dartmouth alumni can explore a profession, launch their careers, learn a skill or lend their expertise through the career network made for Dartmouth alumni and students.
    • Dartmouth alumni have unique access to certain library resources at Dartmouth.
    • The Dartmouth alumni offer Center for Professional Development platform where employers can hire young Dartmouth alumni as well as students.

    A few of the notable alumni of Datmouth College are:

    • Art and performing arts: Michael Arad '91, designer World Trade Center 9/11 memorial
    • Humanities: Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) '25, writer and illustrator
    • Engineering: William Kamkwamba '14, author of The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
    • Physical and life sciences: K Barry Sharpless '63, Nobel Prize in Chemistry
    • Social sciences: Kirsten Gillibrand '88, U.S. senator

    Dartmouth College Placements

    Through the Center for Professional Development, Dartmouth College organizes internships and job fairs for students. It organizes Employer Connections Fair between students and over 50 different organizations from various career fields.

    Top employers for Tuck School of Business include Accenture, Adobe System, Amazon, American Express, American Tower Corporation, Samsung, The Vanguard Group, TripAdvisor, Uber, Walmart Global eCommerce, Wayfair, etc. According to PayScale, the average annual salary of a Dartmouth College graduate is 85,000 USD. Some of the highest paying degrees from Dartmouth are:

    Degree Average Salary
    MBA $127,000
    Bachelor of Arts $122,000
    Masters in Management $95,000
    Master (other) $86,000
    Bachelor of science $82,000

    The ninth-oldest institution of higher education in the US, Dartmouth has a large off-campus network offering 45 faculty-led programs in more than 20 countries. It is ponsored research money of around $210 million and mkes it to Carnegie Foundation classification as a research university with very high research activity. The operating expenses at Dartmouth typically exceed $800 million each year and it has an endowment valued at more than $4.5 billion. International students planning to study with Dartmouth are offered Ivey league experience and lucrative job opportunities after completion of their degres. 

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    Dartmouth College Overview

    Insitution type
    Private (Not for Profit)
    Student Population
    6920
    FAFSA Code
    002573
    Application Cost
    $80
    Accreditation
    NEASC
    Average Cost of Attendance
    $73,178 / Year
    Student : Faculty Ratio
    2 : 1

    Dartmouth College comparison

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    programsUG Programs -43
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    acceptance rate9.0 %42.0 %44.5 %8.1 %9.0 %57.5 %11.0 %8.7 %6.4 %8.0 %
    exam scoreTOEFL - 113
    IELTS - 8
    SAT - 1495
    ACT - 32
    GMAT - 722
    GMAT - 681
    TOEFL - 87.5
    IELTS - 7
    GRE - 317
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    ACT - 30
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    IELTS - 8.5
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    ACT - 33
    GRE - 320
    GMAT - 726
    SAT - 1530
    ACT - 34
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    GRE - 324
    TOEFL - 100
    IELTS - 8.5
    SAT - 1500
    ACT - 33
    IELTS - 8
    TOEFL - 110
    SAT - 1490
    ACT - 34
    GMAT - 740
    cost to studyAverage Tuition Fees   ARS 73178
    [For UG Program]
    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 53052
    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 10362 Per Year
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    Hostel + Meal - ARS 23570 Per Year
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    placement (average package)

    Graduate Employability Rankings (2020): 161-160.
    95% of international MBA graduates were accepted in various job roles. (class 2019).
    Top Paying degrees: MBA- $124,000. Masters of Management- $95,000. Masters (other)- $86,000. BSc.- 82,000


    Average Alumni salaries: $54,800
    Graduate Employability rankings (2020): #111-120
    Highest paid degrees: Masters in Finance- $218,000. MBA- $110,000. MS: $107,000


    Top paying degrees include- MBA: $141,000. PhD- $135,000. Masters in Finance- $107,000. Masters in Management: $95,000. Bsc: $90,000. 


    Graduate Employability Ranking 2020: 47; Annual ROI is 6.6%; Highest paying degrees along with their annual salary are Doctorate: 160,000 USD, BS: 128,000 USD; BA: 120,000 USD and PhD: 87,000 USD


    The average salary of Duke graduates is 85,000 USD. Top recruiters include Duke University; Amazon.com Inc.; Capital One Financial Corp; Booz, Allen, and Hamilton; Microsoft Corp. Best paying degrees are Executive MBA (162,000 USD), MBA (140,000 USD), LLM (130,000 USD), Master in Finance (128,000 USD)


    Average Annual alumni salary: 61,600 USD; Annual ROI is 10.2%; Top recruiters are Cummins Inc, Boeing Company, Eli Lily and Company, Northrop Grumman Corporation, etc.
    MBA: $119,000 
    MSc: $83,000


    Highest paying degrees are Masters in Finance, LLM and MBA with an average annual salary of 150,000 USD, 148,000 USD and 146,000 USD respectively. Healthcare, executive management and legal & paralegal are the highest paying sectors. 


    Average salary of UChicago graduates is 79,000 USD annually. Top recruiters include McKinsey & Company Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Google LLC, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Accenture, Deloitte Consulting LLP. Highest paid degrees include LLM (257,000 USD), Masters in Finance (232,000 USD), MBA (168,000 USD).


    The average salary of graduates is 93,000 USD per annum. Some of them are Amazon, IBM Corporation, Goldman Sachs Group, Raytheon Co., Microsoft, etc.
    Graduate Employability ranks (2020): #12
    MS: $277,000.
    MBA: $173,00.
    Masters in Finance: $113,000. 


    Graduate Employability Rankings- #20 (QS, 2020); Top recruiters- University of Pennsylvania, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Comcast Cable Inc., Amazon.com, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC); Highest paid degrees- MBA (175,000 USD), Masters in Finance (150,000 USD), PhD (147,000 USD), Executive Masters (145,000 USD), Bachelor of Science (124,000 USD). 


    application requirements

    Interviews are conducted for most UG programs as well. Personal essay is required along with UG applications. 
    Applications are accepted through Common App application portal.

    Supplement statement for both UG and PG programs. International students are required to apply through university online portal and not common application portal.

    2 LORs, activities and awards list along with resume are also required for UG students as well, submit essay prompts, auditions for some programs like music, etc. 

    School Report; Counsellor’s recommendation for UG admission; Letters of Recommendation; Writing Sample

    Transcripts, Standardized scores, 3 LORs, SOP (1-2 pages), Resume, Other supplemental documents (such as writing samples, research papers, etc.)

    Avg GPA required- 3.6 (grade B). Include essay and answers to Purdue questions along with applicant profile. 

    Counselor recommendation, teacher evaluation, and midyear evaluations are mandatory along with the applications. 

    Transcripts, English proficiency scores, Supplemental essays, teacher evaluation, GMAT/ GRE scores, Supplemental material (art work, research papers, etc.)

    Freshman need 3.87 GPA on a scale of 4.0 (A- grade or 90 to 92%). 
    Supplementary applications are also required. 

    Academic transcripts; Proof of English language proficiency; 2-3 LORs; SOPs; Resume; Personal Statement; Standardized test scores; Additional requirements (Digital portfolios, Writing samples, Research statements, etc.); Interviews (if required). 

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    Hough Graduate School of Business
    Robert H. Smith School of Business
    NAThe Fuqua School of Business
    Krannert School of Management
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    NAThe Wharton School
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    Admission & dates

    Early Action Deadlines

    November 1

    Application deadline

    Regular Decision Deadlines

    January 2

    Application deadline

    Test Scores For International Applicants

    ExamsAvg. ScoreMin ScoreMax. Score%Submitted
    Language Proficiency
    TOEFL113105120-
    IELTS879-
    Undergraduate
    SAT Check Detailed Score14951430156052
    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing740710770-
    Mathematics755720790-
    ACT Check Detailed Score32303448
    English343235-
    Mathematics322935-
    Graduate
    GMAT722---

    Dartmouth College Acceptance Rate

    9.0 %

    acceptance rate

    73011

    total applicants

    6571

    total enrolled

    Male
    Female

    51.0%

    Male

    49.0%

    Female

    Undergraduate
    Undergraduate Programs
    9.0%
    Total Applicants
    49077
    Total Enrolled
    4417
    Graduate
    Graduate Programs
    9.0%
    Total Applicants
    23933
    Total Enrolled
    2154

    Dartmouth College enrollment

    Enrollment
    Dartmouth College Enrollment
    6571
    Undergraduate Enrollment
    4417
    Graduate Enrollment
    2154
    Graduation Rate
    Average Graduation Rate
    86.0%
    Graduate
    86.0%

    Attendance Cost

    $73,178

    attendance cost

    The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees

    Tuition fees
    Undergraduate Programs
    $73,178 / Year
    Post Graduate Program
    $53,052 / Year
    On Campus
    Books & Supplies
    $1,005 / Year
    On campus, Room & Board
    $10,362 / Year
    On Campus, Other Expenses
    $2,040 / Year

    Schools, Faculties & Campuses

    School

    Tuck School of Business

    Address: 100 Tuck Hall, Hanover, NH 03755

    Top Accreditations [Institutional & Program Wise]

    Institutional accreditations
    New England Association of Schools and Colleges
    Program wise accreditation
    Medicine Programs
    Liaison Committee on Medical Education
    Clinical Science Programs
    Association for Clinical Pastoral Education
    Programs
    Council on Education for Public Health

    Faculty

    total facultyfull timepart timegraduate assistants
    32662938328-

    Ranking

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    Times Higher Education logo

    Times Higher Education

    Ranked #101

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    Ranked #201 - #250

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    Computer Science (International)

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    Technology (International)

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    College Rating

    Based on 9 Students Rating

    9.0 out of 10
    9.6/10Academic
    9.0/10Accommodation
    9.7/10Faculty
    9.3/10Infrastructure
    9.4/10Placement
    9.1/10Social Life

    Reviews

    AK
    8.2 /10

    Great fit for management consulting (my target role), small class size, general management program

    Course Curriculum :

    Very relevant. Professors conduct solid research that helps firms improve.

    10 /10 academic/food
    10 /10 faculty
    9 /10 infrastructure
    10 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    CM
    8.2 /10

    Super strong sense of community, Scholarship and funding opportunities, Beautiful large campus, Outdoor facilities - ski mountain, river, lake, hike trails all within 15 minutes of campus.

    Course Curriculum :

    Coming from UC Berkeley, it's a very nice break. Not nearly as much grade deflation, less competition for classes and majors, and a quarter system which works at an accelerated pace, but thereby allows for more exploration and experimentation (by a sheer number of classes we take).

    10 /10 academic/food
    10 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    9 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    rs
    9.8 /10

    I got to know about Dartmouth College through a college fair, and I instantly liked everything about it and I wanted to pursue my bachelor's degree from here. My high school grades matched the criteria so I filled out a common application form and paid an $80 application fee.

    Course Curriculum :

    The college covered various topics like Macroeconomics, microeconomics, development economics, competition and strategy, Economic principal and policies etc. There was no stone left unturned.

    10 /10 academic/food
    10 /10 faculty
    9 /10 infrastructure
    10 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular
    MC
    8.3 /10

    My relative lives in Hanover. My parents wanted me to study with a guardian by my side so that I can have someone to help me out at hard times. As it was my dream to persuade my masters from abroad, they allowed me to study there. The application form fee was $250 for the online application.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course involves interaction with experts in classes, workshops, and web seminars along with group sessions with another department for overall knowledge. These sessions helped me to develop my mind and increased my problem-solving skills as well.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    JB
    9.0 /10

    My father had a friend as one of the professors in this college. I was asking my father to send me to the US for my further studies. My father agreed but there was a condition that I will be joining this university. I agreed to it after reading the positive reviews and exploring the university online. I applied to the university via the QuestBridge app and paid $80 for it.

    Course Curriculum :

    My MS program trains us to be leaders and researchers in health services delivery and quality improvement. Designed to set us on a pathway towards publishing research work or pursuing a Ph.D. program, the MS program will help us build our skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods, survey design, and research analysis.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
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    Nearby This Campus

    • Book Store
    • Shopping Mall
    • Super Market
    • Airport
    • Train Station

    Book Store

    Left Bank Books0.27 km
    Still North Books & Bar0.34 km
    Norwich Bookstore1.89 km
    Chelsea Green Publishing6.61 km
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    Super Market

    Co-op Market1.97 km
    Chicken at balch2.25 km
    Co-op Food Stores6.26 km
    Price Chopper7.48 km
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    Train Station

    White River Junction Amtrak6.71 km

    Shopping Mall

    Hanover league0.41 km
    Consign & Design6.69 km
    Newberry Market6.69 km
    Lebanon Mall7.40 km
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    Airport

    Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Heliport3.30 km
    A2 Global Shipping4.88 km
    Lebanon VOR-DME LEB 113.76.49 km
    Phantom One Heliport7.49 km

    *All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary

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