编辑：乐闻携尔 来源： 乐闻携尔 发布时间：2016-07-21
1. Academics: Top-notch school with fantastic academics! Students are smart and driven. Great professors, programs, and lots of opportunities for research. Strong focus on undergrads!
2. Academics: Great study-abroad program in New Zealand for Anthropology majors. Amazing faculty and programs in all departments. Tons of internship and job opportunities - students are highly sought after by employers!
3. Academics: I couldn't be more impressed. The US News #1 undergrad teaching ranking seems accurate. The profs I have had have been incredibly smart, articulate, and passionate, and are often leaders in their fields. The library is great - very modern and plenty of space to study. The workload is tough but manageable; it definitely forces you to be careful with your time management.
4. Majors: I had a full-time internship this summer at a hospital research center that was unpaid but Dartmouth gave me a stipend to cover living expenses and food and I still had a couple thousand left over to save. I felt very prepared for the internship because of my classes at Dartmouth. I was able to do an independent project and write a paper to publish in a scientific journal.
5.Majors: Economics is one of the most popular majors are Dartmouth, it’s very good for job opportunities but also very competitive in that aspect. Workload depends on the class really, but generally it’s pretty rigorous.
6. Diversity: Lot of different people from different backgrounds, with different beliefs and experiences. Do a great job of sharing with each other and they learn a lot from interacting.
7. Diversity: There are roughly 10% international students, in addition to a wide variety of students from within the United States. The freshman room draw provides a great opportunity to experience something other than what you are used to. My roommate's family comes from Nigeria and as such he was very different then me. I was able to learn so much about the manners in which our upbringings were starkly different and yet in other areas quite similar, an experience I really value.
8. Campus Food: There is definitely a great variety of food if you know where to look! Foco, for example, may be the most expensive of the campus's dining options, but it's totally worth it. There are separate sections for people who are vegetarians or allergic to gluten and a huge salad bar. Every week, the cooks also prepare different special recipes from around the world! But if the amount of different food and drink is too overwhelming for you, there's always pizza haha. And, of course, the dessert bar. Overall, even if some days it is a little lacking, Foco is awesome and the food is delicious. The Hopkins Cafe is a great place as well with a nice atmosphere. I say that mostly because it is in the Hopkins Center so there are a lot of cool shows going on that you should totally watch if you have the time and money. It's more quiet than Foco too so if you and your friends just want to chat for a bit, you should hang out there. Among other things, the cafe is also good for stocking up on snacks! There is stuff like candy, trail mix, dried fruit, whatever you want. If you're willing to walk a bit, you can also go to East Wheelock's snack bar too, which opens late into the night in case anyone ever wants a midnight snack.
9.Campus Housing: Freshman housing is universally pretty great--much better than dorms I've seen at other colleges.
10.Campus Housing: I loved my dorms on campus! They were fairly spacious and in close proximity to classes and the dining halls. It was nice to have your own space on campus, though the housing process to get a "good" dorm was sometimes stressful.
11.Athletics: Athletes are a large part of my social circle and basically is my family away from home. The team and my coaches are my family at Dartmouth.
12. Athletics: For a school focused on the academics, Dartmouth doesn't fall short in the athletic department either. Our varsity teams, such as football and both soccer teams, compete every year, and most events are attended by a decent number of students. Club and intramural sports are very popular; almost every student is involved in some sort of sport or physical activity.
13. Health & Safety: There are always members of safety and security around campus. I always feel safe, regardless of the time of day.
14. Drug Safety: The COLLEGE is great about this. Dangerous drinking is limited, especially with recent policies. Hanover Police (H-Po) over-zealously enforces alcohol policies though.
15.Guys & Girls: Guys and girls are both very attractive, athletic, smart, outgoing, and friendly!
16.Guys & Girls: I think the girls on campus are all very pretty, and they are certainly all very smart and usually able to carry out very interesting conversations. All girls are pretty athletic, and there seems to be a range in attire from preppy to really athletic.
17.Local Area: Absolutely amazing scenery! Mountains, river, open green spaces, forests, stars everywhere, and beautiful leaf colors in the fall!!
18.Transportation: When you want transportation, it's there (a shuttle around campus and to a neighboring shopping center), but the campus is so small that everything you need is generally within a 20 minute walk. The transportation, the airport, a bus, seems expensive but is convenient.
19. Overall Experience: Although Dartmouth has its problem, I've had an amazing time. I've grown as a person in so many respects, learned so much about my field, and have had the opportunity to study abroad twice.
20. Local Area: I love the small town college feel with Hanover residents part of the college scene. I love the way 70 years olds, golden retrievers, and young families with baby strollers all are seen walking the streets of Hanover wearing Dartmouth gear. Love, love love it here!