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Anyone know how I can get a tour of Dartmouth?

Azjoe

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I am getting married on May 12th and for our honeymoon we have decided to go back to New Hampshire and tour Dartmouth. We are going to be in New England starting May 14th for a week. Can anyone tell me how I can get a tour and maybe speak with some students? Also I grew up in Derry New Hampshire but have not been back for about 6 years. Can anyone recommend any good sites?
 
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Originally posted by Azjoe
I am getting married on May 12th and for our honeymoon we have decided to go back to New Hampshire and tour Dartmouth. We are going to be in New England starting May 14th for a week. Can anyone tell me how I can get a tour and maybe speak with some students? Also I grew up in Derry New Hampshire but have not been back for about 6 years. Can anyone recommend any good sites?

If you want a tour of the undergrad campus (most of the campus), I'd show up to McNutt Hall (UG admissions, on main street). They could probably set you up with a tour and help connect you with students. As far as med school tours, I don't know that they do that outside of interviewing season.

Dartmouth in itself is beautiful, but definitely hit up Whistlestop Ice Cream in Wilder (on Depot Street), nearby Woodstock, VT, canoeing on the Connecticut river, etc etc etc... also many nearby hikes (Moose Mountain and Velvet Rocks off of 120, Balch Hill, etc). My favorite is Mt. Moosilauke in the White Mountains. Dartmouth owns the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge and much of the land up there.
 
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