Virtual information sessions (45 minutes) feature a member of our Admissions Office, current students, and live Q&A via Zoom. Engage in a conversation about what makes Dartmouth Dartmouth: its place, its people, and its program.
With the admissions process in full swing, we understand that paying for college may be at the forefront of your mind. Join Dartmouth Admissions and Financial Aid staff for an open conversation about financing a college education. We’ll cover all things related to financial aid like the FAFSA, grants, work-study, and more while also answering audience questions.
Campus tours (60 minutes) feature current students presenting our beautiful campus via an interactive platform. You will have the opportunity to ask questions in real-time and hear about student experiences at Dartmouth.
Already attended an information session and tour? Register for a weekly Student Chat and get a chance to ask any questions you may have for current Dartmouth students about academics, social life, and more.
Dartmouth’s diverse community of students come together to share their perspectives in an effort to grow as scholars and individuals. Tune in to these weekly panels to learn first-hand how students from various backgrounds and identities foster community and thrive at Dartmouth. If you have not yet attended an information session or tour, we highly recommend you do so prior to registering for a Student Panel.
These virtual events have concluded for the Fall. Please register for an alternate event on this page.
This session takes a closer look at the life of a Dartmouth student from your part of the world and at the admissions process that got them here. These regional sessions (60 minutes) are led by the admissions officers who work with applicants from your area and current students who call your region home-away-from-Dartmouth.
Explore the profiles of our admissions ambassadors and email them with any questions.
Check out our pre-recorded campus tours led by current students, in addition to self-guided tours of the main campus, Thayer School of Engineering, and our athletics facilities.