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Dartmouth College, Hanover
(4.5/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This week i had the opportunity to visit this campus. Its small, quaint, but true to the northeast expectation. The campus is integrated within Hanover in a way that seems inviting and petite. This is...  more »
  • You can stand on the green in any season and see beauty all around you; the changing eras of architecture, the soaring trees, the lively students. Then you step off one corner and find yourself in a q...  more »
  • Amazing school with phenomenal resources. Great spot to visit too. The campus is beautiful and very neat and clean with mountains everywhere around it. 
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  • I dont go to college nor have I ever seen the college but the courses are trash and this school is garbage. My 5th grade lil asian sister could probably get in.
  • dartmouth university more like trashmouth university hahaha got emm
  • Love it!! First class everything except the weather. Never experienced any discrimination of any kind as described by other comments. Perhaps it's because I'm used to NYC and my skin has grown thicker lol
  • Reputation of this school is good and bad. The education for students is excellent and provides them with lifelong advantages of networking for successful careers. The obvious negative with the school is their lack of diversity, but it isn't necessarily their fault. This is a very "white" school, due to economic status and environment. The town is very small, and it will require that you really, really enjoy the outdoors to make the most of the environment. There is a bus one can take to head into Boston, MA but you will probably want to have a car if you plan to travel more frequently during the school year. If you are fortunate to attend this school, or get a job here - you will be enjoying it very much with the understanding that you enjoy the outdoors and being part of higher education.
  • Driving through to see historic New Hampshire locales. Beautiful campus with nice downtown nearby. Friend trained there and was quite complimentary.