All Dartmouth freshman are required to live on campus for their first year, but overall 90% of students decide to stay in the dorms for their entire four years. The buildings can hold up to 3835. Students can also eat on campus choosing from local foods, special dishes, vegan and vegetarian options, cafes, and more.

Sports are a large part of life at Dartmouth as over 75% will participate. The school hosts 34 Big Green varsity teams in the Ivy Group, 33 club sports, and dozens of intramurals. Some of the top sports include Football, Basketball, Ice Hockey. The facilities include skating rinks, two pools, a sailing facility, multipurpose buildings, courts, gyms, and more. Classes are also open to students that include ballroom dancing, strength training, and martial arts.

For students interested in the outdoors, the famous Dartmouth Outing Club is suggested. It is the oldest club of its kind in the country and it sponsors several events, outdoor recreation, and trips. The school has over 160 groups that covers every interest: fraternities, sororities, politics, cultural, writing, music, and more.

The college also offers students services such as academic and career counseling, placement, and employment. The library on campus is made up of nine buildings and host nearly 2.5 million volumes and 6 million total resources that include videos, recordings, maps, photographs, and more.

Campus Housing - Dorms and Meal Plans

Provides on campus housing
Yes

Residence hall capacity
3,835

Does college offer a meal plan?
Yes, number of meals in the maximum meal plan offered

Must all students live on campus?
Yes

Number of meals per week are provided with the meal plan
20
Residence halls on campus:
Achtmeyer, Alpha Chi Alpha, Alpha Phi, Alpha XI Delta, Andres Hall, Berry Hall, Bildner Hall, Bissell Hall, Brown Hall, Butterfield Hall, Byrne II Hall, Channing Cox Hall, Chi Delta, Chi Heorot, Chinese Language House, Cohen Hall, Cutter/Shabazz, Epsilon Kappa Theta, Fahey Hall, Fayerweather Hall Mid, Fayerweather Hall oth, Fire and Skole, French Hall, Gile Hall, Golstein Hall, Hitchcock Hall, Ivy Lane Apartments, Judge Hall, Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, La Casa, LALACS House, Ledyard Apartments, Ledyard Canoe Club, Little Hall, Lord Hall, Massachusetts Hall Mid, Massachusetts Hall oth, Maxwell Hall, McCulloch Hall, McLane Hall, Morton Hall, N Park Apartments, Native American House, New Hampshire Hall, North Hall, North Park Apartments, Pineau Valencienne Hall, Rauner Hall, Richardson, Ripley Hall, Russell Sage Hall, Smith Hall, Streeter Hall, Thomas Hall, Topliff Hall, Triangle House, Wheeler Hall, Whittemore, Woodward Hall, Zimmerman Hall

Sports Programs & Athletics

Athletic conferences
    Football - Ivy Group
    Basketball - Ivy Group
    Baseball - Ivy Group
    Cross Country/Track - Ivy Group

Number of Varsity Athletes by Sport in 2019

Sport # of Men # of Women
All Track Combined 138 137
Baseball 35
Basketball 16 16
Equestrian 22
Field Hockey 19
Football 110
Golf 9 10
Ice Hockey 27 22
Lacrosse 34 31
Rowing 81 57
Sailing
Skiing 22 24
Soccer 29 29
Softball 19
Squash 14 15
Swimming and Diving 28 27
Tennis 11 11
Volleyball 21
Other Sports 35
Data from 2016-2017
Athletic Association
Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Athletic Classification
NCAA Division I-FCS

 

 

Athletic Summary
Total # athletes
913

 

Male Athletes 554
Female Athletes 495

 

Total sports revenue
$29,071,662

Total sports expenses
$29,071,662

Avg. head coach salary - Women
(# full-time equivalents)
$83,337 (16.3)

Avg. head coach salary - Men
(# FTE)
$124,646 (12.5)


Campus Services and Programs

Services
Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers
Library facilities
Access to digital/electronic resources
Access to library collections that are shared with other institutions
Established library hours
Organized collection of printed materials
Physical facilities
Staff trained to provide and interpret library materials
Services and Programs for Servicemembers and Veterans
Recognized student veteran organization
Yellow Ribbon Program (officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
Hospital on campus?
No

 

Other
% of students with registered disabilities
7%