Overview

Dartmouth has long been invested in providing equitable opportunities and supporting individuals in pursuit of excellence and knowledge. The college is pursuing diversity initiatives with renewed vigor and is striving to be at the forefront of change in academia.

The Guarini School is committed to developing a climate that acknowledges and embraces diversity, supporting a culture that fosters inclusion, and actively pursuing equity. Our commitment is driven by recognition of historical injustices and a firm belief that welcoming differences of opinion, experience, identity, and perspectives helps build a stronger community. 

To that end we have updated our Diversity Commitment and Plan. You can view the document HERE

First-Generation Students

 First-generation students are those for whom neither parent graduated from a four-year college. Dartmouth offers close mentor relationships that can help you feel supported throughout your academic career.

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LGBTQA Persons

Dartmouth has a strong lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning community. Get involved in our student groups and learn more about Triangle House, our Living Learning Community.

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Students with Disabilities

Dartmouth encourages individuals with disabilities to apply for admission with the expectation that Dartmouth will provide reasonable access to all graduate programs.

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Underrepresented Minorities

Dartmouth believes that a 21st-century liberal arts education integrates respect for, and understanding of, the unique and essential benefits of living, learning, and engaging in an inclusive global community.

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Women

The Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies offers a variety of programs, events, and support for women, particularly those pursuing a career in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.

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