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Undergraduate Housing

Campus residence halls are grouped into clusters—including the East Wheelock cluster—and supervised by live-in community directors.

Students arrive on campus on move-in day.

Residence halls include common areas for study.

Students prepare a meal in the Sustainable Living Center, one of Dartmouth’s affinity programs that bring students together around an academic or cultural interest.

Students study in the Native American Studies Research Library in the Sherman House.

Welcome home. Nearly 90 percent of Dartmouth undergraduates live and learn together in residence halls; approved co-ed, fraternity, sorority, or undergraduate society houses; and affinity houses centered on academic or personal interests.

Undergraduate Residential Life

On-campus housing for undergraduates is offered within communities designed to enhance students’ academic and social experiences.

 

Living-Learning Programs

Living-learning programs foster a holistic and integrative learning process as part of the residential experience.

 

Residence Halls & Communities

More than 3,000 undergraduates live in campus residence halls, which are grouped into clusters and supervised by full-time, live-in community directors.

 

First-Year Communities

All first-year students live on first-year floors (Russell Sage, McLaughlin, and East Wheelock), or in all first-year residence hall clusters (the River and the Choates).

 

Affinity Programs

From sustainability to German, affinity housing brings students together around a shared academic or cultural interest.

 

Greek Letter Organizations & Societies

The majority of Dartmouth’s Greek Letter organizations offer residential facilities for members in houses, apartments, or group space on a residence hall floor.

 

At Home at Dartmouth

Everything you need to know about living in the residence halls—from the keys to your door to how to recycle or store your stuff—and who can help.

 

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