Sophomore year here I come!
Course selection may seem intimidating, but Dartmouth provides an excellent array of resources—ranging from a faculty advisor to the Undergraduate Deans Office—to encourage academic exploration.
No freshman year is perfect, and I'm reflecting on a few learned lessons that I wish I knew before attending Dartmouth.
As the early application deadlines begin to pass, I try to offer any advice I have about college applications and share my experiences.
Over the past year, I've talked a lot with prospective students. Picking a college is a big deal, but if I knew what I do now, I'd still pick Dartmouth a dozen times over.
Recently, I've had the pleasure of talking to a few prospective students through Dartmouth Admissions. After sharing my experiences and fielding questions on virtual panels and high school visits, I'm reminded of my own college process.
If a professor asks you to read a text outside of class, they are asking you to read it for a reason.
Dartmouth students are known for their ability to juggle hectic schedules....from fast-paced courses, to extracurriculars and job commitments...how is one possibly supposed to manage it all? Here are some tips for settling into life at Dartmouth!
Potential members of the class of 2025, you are finally seniors—and I bet you're probably just about as shocked about that as I am.