If you are interested in engineering, Thayer School offers its own information sessions and tours of its state-of-the-art facilities.
Thayer School of Engineering
The Thayer School of Engineering is one of the country's oldest professional schools of engineering. It was founded in 1867 with a grant from Sylvanus Thayer, a Dartmouth graduate of the class of 1807, a champion of engineering education, and later known as the father of West Point Military Academy. Today Thayer School features a single unified department of engineering sciences that fosters cross-disciplinary innovation in research and teaching.
- Plan your visit to Thayer today to learn about engineering the Dartmouth way.
Our engineering students build things right from the start and work on real-world challenges—medical technologies, biofuels, hybrid cars, solar-powered robots—as they learn from experts in a range of engineering fields.
How to Apply
Applicants interested in undergraduate engineering should apply directly to the Dartmouth College Office of Undergraduate Admissions, as all undergraduate applicants do. There is no separate engineering admissions process for first-year or transfer applicants to Dartmouth.