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Class of ’26

In a new video, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Lee Coffin welcomes the 1,126 members of the Class of 2026, giving a statistical breakdown about the class. Click the green Class of ’26 above to watch the video.

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Yes. You can afford Dartmouth.

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Percent of demonstrated financial need met, no matter who you are or where you're from.

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A 360-Degree Education

For Dartmouth professors, teaching is a passion, a calling, a way of life. Mentorship is instinctive, one of the most rewarding aspects of their scholarship. Dartmouth faculty members are also pioneering researchers and influential thought-leaders. Their work with students helps them advance the frontier of knowledge and helps students advance their careers. Dartmouth classrooms are interactive, collaborative, discussion-based environments.

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Admissions Beat Podcast

Basecamp to the World

Measure glaciers in Antarctica with climate-change scientists. Perform with a renowned theater group at Kings College London. Study the Maori language in New Zealand. Arranged through Dartmouth's Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education, these powerful learning experiences are enhanced through faculty mentorship.

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