Since our applicants live all over the world, the majority can’t make it to campus in person. You don't have to come to campus, we'll come to you.

Information Sessions

Information Sessions Registration

Our admissions officers generally travel around the US and abroad during the spring and fall. They hold information sessions in schools and other institutions. Some of the sessions are hosted jointly with other Ivy League or peer schools. International destinations visited in previous years included Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Egypt, Hong Kong, Japan, Jordan, India, Panama, Paraguay, Qatar, Republic Of Korea, Singapore, South Africa, Tanzania, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and Uruguay.

During the spring and fall, the list of events is updated weekly. Look for a session near you.

 

School Visit

Our high school visits present an opportunity for you to learn more about Dartmouth and provide a chance for our staff to learn more about your school. We can’t make it to all schools, but we try to get to as many as possible. The vast majority of the fall school visits are completed by November so it’s worth checking with your school counselor early in the academic year to see if your school has a visit scheduled.

How it works

  • Most high school students who receive an invitation will already have added their name to our mailing list. Alternatively, they might have given us their email address during a visit to Dartmouth's campus or may have shown an interest in receiving information about studying at Dartmouth.
  • If you see a poster at your school or hear from your friends that a Dartmouth admissions officer is coming to school to give a talk, you are welcome to attend without having been formally invited.
  • If you receive an email invitation from us, just follow the link in the body of the email and sign up on our school visit registration site.
  • Most of our school visits happen during the school day.
  • If we are not visiting your school, we might be taking part in an information session near you. We travel nationally and internationally so it's worth checking our list of locations.
  • We'd love to see you when we visit your school!
 

Take Dartmouth Home

Are you a current Dartmouth student visiting your home town? Take Dartmouth with you. Sign up to visit high schools in your area and share your college experience.

 

What is Take Dartmouth Home (TDH)?

It is a program that allows you to visit the high school you attended (or other high schools in your area) or community-based organizations and share your college experience and perspective with prospective applicants in your community. We are asking you to be an official representative of Dartmouth in your community. We will provide you with everything you need. Here is the simple guideline on how to use Take Dartmouth Home.

How to Take Dartmouth Home:

Check in with our admissions office to see if we've recently visited your area. Even if we have, you should still visit, we just want you to be informed about Dartmouth's presence in your community.

Contact your high school counselor to set up a visit time.

Register with the Dartmouth Admissions Office after your school visit is confirmed (High School CEEB Lookup).

Visit your high school and make a presentation, using materials we will supply.

Submit a report on your TDH experience.