To create brave and adaptable leaders, we must act courageously ourselves.

In a time of crisis, we must act decisively to support those who need it most.

That is why Dartmouth is doubling down on its commitment to provide the financial support that will make every student’s education possible.

President Philip J. Hanlon '77 with students

Hanlon: Pandemic Calls for Financial Aid Response

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis, Dartmouth is strengthening its effort to ensure access to a liberal arts education for all students, regardless of their ability to pay, President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 announced.

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Financial Aid Bold Goals

Expand the income threshold for a full-tuition scholarship from $100,000 to $125,000

Eliminate loans from all financial aid awards

Become one of only six colleges and universities in the United States to guarantee need-blind admissions to non-U.S. citizens.

The Call to Lead in Action

“Don’t dodge the tough problems. Run towards them and encourage those around you to do likewise.”
- Henry M. Paulson Jr. ’68 H’07

Henry M. Paulson Jr.
John Flores ’22 and Michael Flores ’23 on a football field

Super Siblings

John Flores ’22 and Michael Flores ’23 were raised by parents that instilled in them that hard work and good grades would open up opportunities. Today, both play football for Dartmouth and both are here in part thanks to scholarships provided by generous donors. Students like the Flores brothers make Dartmouth what it is. 

New Fund Will Support African and African American Studies Program

Endowment is one of several campaign initiatives to make Dartmouth a more welcoming, diverse, and inclusive community.

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Take a Sneak Peek at Dartmouth's Technology Future

The new Center for Engineering and Computer Science will help all Dartmouth undergraduates become technology-confident leaders.

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E.E. Just Program Aims to Make STEM Fields More Diverse

Campaign initiative aims to make E.E. Just Program a national leader in fostering undergraduate talent

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