Scholarship grants from The Dartmouth Institute are made possible through the benevolence of alumni, corporations, and nonprofit foundations. However, the school has limited scholarship funds and may not be able to meet each student’s needs fully. Recipients are generally advised at the time of their offer of admission. All Dartmouth scholarships are need-based and are granted to students without expectation of repayment. Amounts vary, but in general, the scholarship award will make up the difference in need after all components of the package have been granted.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
All students are applicable to apply for Dartmouth scholarship support.
Dartmouth’s admissions policy is “Need-Blind” for all U.S. applicants. This means that applications are reviewed and accepted based solely on a student’s qualifications, and not on his or her ability to pay.
International applicants must apply for and demonstrate a need for financial aid at the time of application.
Demonstrated financial need is determined by a completed FAFSA.
U.S citizen or an eligible noncitizen. Satisfactory academic progress.
Students receiving these scholarships write their donor a note of thanks annually. Many even meet their donors, which can lead to amazing networking opportunities.