Dartmouth Common Data Set

Dartmouth Common Data Set
Our easy to use, quick guide for Common Data Set Dartmouth College. Get key information and the most important details to look at.

Dartmouth Common Data Set

Published March 19, 2020 | Last Updated May 29th, 2023 at 10:13 am

Our easy to use, quick guide for Common Data Set Dartmouth College. Get key information and the most important details to look at.
Dartmouth Common Data Set

Sifting through a college’s Common Data Set can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the most important information from Dartmouth’s most recent Common Data Set to provide you with the information you need, at a quick glance.

This guide contains key information from Dartmouth’s Common Data Set 2022-2023.

Dartmouth Common Data Set Quick Facts

Quick Facts

  • Public vs. Private: Private
  • Geographic Region: New England
  • State: New Hampshire
  • Student to Faculty Ratio: 7 to 1
  • Full Time Undergraduates: 4,556

 

Merit Scholarships for Dartmouth

  • Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: N/A
  • Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: N/A

Important Factors Considered For Admissions

Academic

  • Rigor of secondary school record
  • Class rank
  • Academic GPA
  • Standardized test scores
  • Application Essay
  • Recommendation(s)

Non-academic

  • Extracurricular activities
  • Character/personal qualities

Student Life Information

  • Percentage of students from out-of-state: 97%
  • Percentage of students who join sororities: 36%
  • Percentage of students who join fraternities: 35%

Student Diversity

  • Percentage of nonresident aliens: 14%
  • Percentage of Hispanic/Latino: 10%
  • Percentage of Black or African American, non-Hispanic: 6%
  • Percentage of White, non-Hispanic: 47%
  • Percentage of American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic: 1%
  • Percentage of Asian, non-Hispanic: 13%
  • Percentage of Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic: Less than 1%
  • Percentage of unknown race and/or ethnicity: 2%

This information was gathered from the Dartmouth Data Set 2022-2023

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