Office of the Registrar
Campus Address
Hanover, NH
03755-3529
Phone: (603) 646-xxxx
Fax: (603) 646-xxxx
Email: reg@Dartmouth.EDU

Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


Tuition Charges

Tuition of sixteen thousand forty dollars ($16,666) per term is charged each student for instruction, instructional facilities, and other services. Although this tuition charge covers the normal three-course load, students may, without permission or extra charge, elect a fourth course during each of four terms during their college career. After use of the four allowed four-course terms a supplementary charge of five thousand three-hundred forty seven dollars ($5,556) will be assessed. Students should consult the Student Handbook and the Regulations section of this Catalog for details of the regulations concerning extra courses. Students taking a two-course load receive no reduction in tuition.

The Trustees believe that all Dartmouth students should appreciate that the tuition charge covers about one half of the cost to the College of each student’s education at Dartmouth. For the remainder, he or she is the beneficiary of endowments received during the last two centuries from those who wish to support Dartmouth’s kind of education, from current gifts, and especially from the very generous support of the Dartmouth Alumni Fund.

Tuition charges listed above apply to the summer, fall, winter, and spring terms of the academic year 2016-2017. Charges for the summer term of 2017-2018 will be announced at a later date.

Students who take reduced course loads because of documented, verified disabilities, and whose disability-related circumstances, as determined by Student Accessibility Services (SAS), significantly affect the number of terms they need to be enrolled at Dartmouth to be graduated, may be eligible for reduced tuition. Permission from the Registrar for a reduced course load is not sufficient grounds for tuition reduction. Tuition reduction requests to SAS must be submitted at the same time as requests for SAS’s support for a reduced course load. If a student who has been granted tuition reduction takes a normal course load, the student must re-petition for reduced tuition in subsequent terms. Reduced tuition eligibility may be reviewed if a student’s disability-related circumstances change significantly. For full information, inquiries should be sent to the Student Accessibility Services office.