Dartmouth Admissions Publications and Printed Resources

You might be familiar with the facts, figures, and statistics that people often use to compare Dartmouth to other places. But to truly understand this place, you'll want to dive deeper and get to know the people and perspectives that animate the College and will shape your experience. Our suite of printed materials helps you do just that.

 

An image of the cover of the August 2020 3D Magazine
3D: The Dartmouth admissions magazine. 3D tells the story of Dartmouth in all of its dimensions through student and faculty profiles, features about Dartmouth's unique academic programs, opportunities, and outcomes, and columns that highlight life on campus.

An image of the cover of the 2020 Campus Visit Guide
Campus Visit Guide: See yourself here. Dream about your perfect day in Hanover with our campus visit guide, which introduces you to some of our students' favorite places and lets you imagine what a few of your favorite days as a Dartmouth student might look and feel like. There's no substitute for being here, but if there were, it might be this.

 

An image of the cover of Humans of Hanover
Meet the Humans of Hanover: A melodic classicist, an Everest conqueror, and a (literal) mover of earth are three of the many students at Dartmouth who illustrate how the College empowers students to think across disciplines and aspire without limits. Read about these three and others in our profile publication on the humans of Hanover.

 

An image of the cover of Humans of Hanover International
Meet the Humans of Hanover, International Edition: An aquatic fashionista, a dancing writer, and a creative activist are three of the international students who give Dartmouth a global vibe and infuse its campus culture with a diversity of perspectives. Read about them and others in our profile publication of international students at Dartmouth.

An image of the cover of Together We Can
Together We Can: We brought together a diverse group of students to share their honest perspectives on being and belonging at Dartmouth. First-generation, low-income, LGBTQ, urban, rural, West coast, East coast (and no coast!) students share how they carved their path and found community here. We hope their insight gives you a sense of how you might do the same.