Undergraduate Housing

Welcome home. Nearly 90 percent of Dartmouth undergraduates live and learn together in residence halls; approved co-ed, fraternity, sorority houses, or undergraduate society houses; and affinity houses centered on academic or personal interests.

First-Year Communities

All first-year students live on first-year floors (Russell Sage, McLaughlin,?and?East Wheelock), or in all first-year residence hall clusters (the?River?and the?Choates).

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Affinity Programs

From sustainability to German, affinity housing brings students together around a shared academic or cultural interest.

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At Home at Dartmouth

Everything you need to know about living in the residence halls—from the keys to your door to how to recycle or store your stuff—and who can help.

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