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The Financial Aid office invites you to contact us via email, phone, or through our Remote Zoom Drop-In Hours between November 29th and December 17th.

We will be closed to walk-in traffic and in-person meetings but are happy to assist both current and prospective students and families remotely. The Financial Aid Office will be closed between December 17th and January 3rd for Winter Break. We will reopen January 3rd and invite currently enrolled students to walk-in to meet with a staff member.

Zero Parent Contribution and No Loan for Families with Income Below $65,000

For families with total annual income below $65,000, who possess typical assets for this income range, Dartmouth will not expect a parent contribution toward educational costs.

Our commitment:

To make the full experience of a Dartmouth education affordable for you and your family.
This promise is good for all four years.

An education you can afford

Aid recipients received an average Scholarship of over $60,000 for the 2020-2021 school year.

Our financial aid travels with you if you study abroad through one of Dartmouth's programs.

Tuition and expected family contribution for our 40+ off-campus programs are the same as for an on-campus term.

Starting with the Class of '26, families making under $125,000 who possess typical assets, will receive scholarship that covers at least the cost of tuition.

Loans are also available if needed.

Average student debt for all four years combined: $20,373

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