Explore Dartmouth's Changing Campus Through a Virtual Tour
From the West End to the Arts District and all corners of campus, support for The Call to Lead is enhancing the Dartmouth experience for everyone.
Let us do the walking while you explore the new developments on campus transforming Dartmouth’s future.
The West End
Begin your interactive virtual tour at the West End of campus, exploring the largest construction project in Dartmouth’s history, the $200 million Center for Engineering and Computer Science.
The Center is the second largest building on campus and only steps away from the 55,000-square-foot Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, which serves as a crossroads for students and faculty who are embracing the topic of energy and society and the study of our energy future.
The Heart of Campus
Next, head to the heart of campus to explore the future of Dartmouth Hall, a building that has endured for more than two centuries as a touchstone for every student who passes through its doors. The newly renovated and enhanced building will be accessible for all, and will open its doors in fall 2022.
Just across The Green, check out the renovated and expanded Hood Museum of Art, designed by acclaimed architects Billie Tsien and Tod Williams. Then, stop into the Hop to hear stories of creation ahead of a re-imagined Hopkins Center for the Arts, coming this fall.
Be sure to head over to the newly opened Graham Indoor Practice Facility, next to Thompson Arena, for an exclusive look at the Ivy League’s largest facility of its kind. The 70,000-square-foot-space features a 280-by-200-foot practice space as well as dedicated batting tunnels that will allow Dartmouth’s eight varsity field sports teams to practice in any weather.
The North End
Close out your virtual tour on the North End of Campus, exploring the gracefully renovated Anonymous Hall. Named in honor of the countless alumni who have supported Dartmouth through deeds large and small, known and unknown, the building is home to the Frank J. Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies and the Department of Linguistics.
Take a stroll around Occom Pond and stop by the Dartmouth Outing Club House, located on the North Shore. Since its construction in 1929 as a gift from the Class of 1900, the Dartmouth Outing Club House on Occom Pond has served as a social gathering place for outdoorsy students, alumni, faculty, and local residents.
After years of capable service, the recently renovated DOC House is ready to welcome new generations of the Dartmouth community, with new facilities inside and an upgraded entry porch and terraces outside. The renovation was funded entirely by the Class of 1969 as their 50th Reunion gift to the College.
The Boathouse and Moosilauke Lodge
The Friends of Dartmouth Rowing boathouse, on the banks of the Connecticut River, got a new lease on life with a 2019 renovation, adding two indoor moving water tanks to allow teams to train on schedule, regardless of rugged weather. Today’s reimagined boathouse is ready to serve our crews for years to come.
Moosilauke Ravine Lodge has welcomed Dartmouth’s outdoor-loving community since 1939. The new lodge, dedicated in 2017, continues the tradition of hearty community meals, a rustic atmosphere, and warming fieldstone fireplaces. Six bunkhouses, each a gift from a Dartmouth class, add to the comfort of overnight guests (the lodge hosts an average of 4,000 each year).