The best way to experience engineering at Dartmouth is to see for yourself. Explore our dynamic community and witness how we make engineering come alive and innovate to make the world a better place.
Information Sessions and Tours
Undergraduate Info Sessions and Tours
Register to attend a 30-minute Dartmouth Engineering undergraduate information session with a professor or senior staff member, followed by a 30-minute tour/chat with a current student.
On-campus Information Sessions
- Mondays & Fridays @ 1pm
MacLean Engineering Sciences Center | Reception Desk
Virtual Information Sessions
- Tuesday @ 3pm
Web Video Conference | Zoom.us
- Student guided tours are not guaranteed. Self-guided tour brochures will be offered during college breaks or when classes are not in session.
- These information sessions and tours are specific to Dartmouth Engineering programs. If you are interested in a general campus tour, contact Dartmouth Undergraduate Admissions.
Graduate Program Visits and Interviews
If you are interested in visiting Thayer School and have not received an invitation to do so, please contact us:
Graduate Admissions Committee does not require individual interviews, however, an on-campus visit may be requested by faculty after reviewing application materials. You will be contacted directly if such a visit is desired. Applicant-initiated visits are permitted pending faculty availability and interest.
Location, Directions, and Parking
Thayer School of Engineering (Dartmouth Engineering) is located on Dartmouth’s 269-acre main campus in Hanover, New Hampshire, near the banks of the Connecticut River. Nestled in pristine, unsurpassed natural beauty, Dartmouth serves as an intellectual and cultural center for the town of Hanover and surrounding communities, collectively called the ”Upper Valley.“
14 Engineering Drive
Hanover, NH 03755
+1 (603) 646-2606
Parking spaces near Dartmouth Engineering is scarce. Main campus paid visitor parking is located in the G PARKING LOT. It is a 10-to 15-minute walk from the G-Lot to the center of campus and the Dartmouth Green, and free shuttle is available to various areas of the campus.