• The Class of 2017

    “From their many academic accomplishments and goals, to the diversity of their experiences and perspectives, it is clear that the Class of 2017 will be a historic class.” – Maria Laskaris, Dean of Admissions / Financial Aid

  • The Class of 2021 is

    “the most academically accomplished and globally diverse class the College has ever accepted” – Dartmouth News

In Fall 2016, of the 4,310 Dartmouth undergraduates,

only 20.6% were women of color, including 3% = multiracial, < 1% = native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 5% = Hispanic/Latina, 3% = Black, 8% = Asian, & 2% = Native American. 26% of the Dartmouth student body were white men

Of the 594 faculty members at Dartmouth,

34, or 6%, are women of color. Only 100, or 17%, are "members of minority groups". Only 220, or 37%, are women. Dartmouth has no data on gender non-conforming individuals.

50% of the student body receives need-based financial aid, but..

21% of students are socioeconomically from the 1%, 69% are from the top 20%, and only 2.6% are from the bottom 20%.

Only 4% of the undergraduate degrees conferred in 2016..

were in AAAS, LALACS, NAS, AMES, and WGSS. Most Dartmouth students do not encounter classroom discussion of critical intersectional issues.