Admissions Visits & Programs

Come to Campus

A view of the top of Wilder Hall with Vermont's Mount Ascutney visible in the distance. Mt Ascutney State Park is south of Hanover, across the Connecticut River.

"Welcome Home" banner hangs from Collis Student Center, where many community events take place. Located on the Green, "Collis" is also a great place to grab lunch or meet friends.

Dartmouth Hall, situated on the east side of the Green, is pictured here on a sparkling winter's day.

Autumn paints a rich mix of colors on Wilder Hall and nearby trees. "D2D," Charles O. Perry's symmetrical bronze sculpture, is one of many public art installations on campus.

Painted between 1932 and 1934, Mexican artist Jose Clemente Orozco’s “The Epic of American Civilization,” is one of Dartmouth’s greatest treasures. 

The Admissions Team encourages you to visit campus at any time of year. Let us answer your questions and show you around. It’s well worth the trip. You’re going to love it.

Visits & Event Sign-up

Our tours and info sessions are a great place to start. Let us know you’re coming to town. 

Engineering Visit

Experience how Dartmouth does engineering at the Thayer School.

Getting to campus

We're easy to navigate. Driving, parking, and travel suggestions.

An aerial image of a tree on campus turning red and gold


On campus or nearby. Find places to stay when you visit Hanover, NH.


Find great local food on campus or take ten steps down Main Street.

To Do

Our location in the Connecticut River Upper Valley offers much to appreciate.


Dartmouth is committed to providing access to all visitors.