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North Park

North Park Graduate Housing is a housing complex providing 110 graduate students with apartment style living on the Dartmouth campus.

Students living at North Park are predominantly first year graduate students in the Arts and Science graduate school, medical school, and Thayer School of Engineering. Living at North Park offers many social opportunities to meet other graduate students from many disciplines. Past social events include BBQs, wine and cheese mixers, a champagne brunch and even an intramural hockey team!

Questions or web suggestions could be sent to the North Park Activities Coordinator, Perry Scheetz. To apply for housing at North Park, please click here.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

North Park Orientation and Wine and Cheese Mixer

All new residents must attend a brief orientation at 7:30pm on Saturday, September 13th. This will be followed by a wine and cheese mixer for all grad students and their guests. Orientation begins at 7:30 pm (14 N Park St), mixer at 8:00 pm (14 N Park St).

For more orientation events, see the orientation page.

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

The summer may be ending soon, but there is still plenty of time for some outdoor fun! Come and enjoy a FREE round of minigolf on Thursday August 21, 2014 at 7:00 pm at Fore-U Golf Center in West Lebanon, NH.

The first 20 people to sign up on the google doc will have their first round paid for by the GSC.


Orientation/Wine and Cheese Mixer

North Park Recycles!

Residents of North Park Graduate Housing are encouraged to recycle. There are large recycling barrels along the back wall of each North Park garage.  As of fall of 2010, Dartmouth has instituted a "Zero Sort" recycling program, which means that all recycling (except large/corrugated cardboard boxes) can be recycled together into the same barrels. A list of recyclables can be found below. 

More information is available by clicking on the following link:  http://www.dartmouth.edu/~fom/services/solidwaste/recyclingfaqs.html

  1. Steel and Aluminum Cans: These are cans food comes in – i.e. soup, vegetables, as well as soda cans, etc.
  2. Mixed Paper and Boxboard: Mixed paper includes newspaper, magazines, including boxboard (cereal boxes, granola bar boxes) no corrugated cardboard.
  3. Glass: Can be any color. 
  4. Plastics: All plastic containers #1 - #7 are OK to recycle after they have been emptied/rinsed.
  5. Corrugated Cardboard: Usually light brown in color should be flattened and stacked against the wall.

Last Updated: 8/15/14