|Dartmouth Experience ||
At a time when some would suggest that the phrase "student-athlete" is an oxymoron, Dartmouth continues to demonstrate that excellence in academics and excellence in athletics are not mutually exclusive.
"Athletics and athletes have played and will continue to play an important part in the life of the College," said former president James Wright. "Today, athletics are an integral part of the Dartmouth experience."
In an environment that encourages a well-rounded interest in many activities--from music and art to student government and volunteer service--more than 75 percent of Dartmouth's 4,300 undergraduates participate in intercollegiate (the College has 34 varsity teams) and club sports, intramural athletics, physical education and fitness programs, and, through the Dartmouth Outing Club, a range of outdoor recreational activities.
Interested in playing for the Big Green?
If you're a top student-athlete interested in playing lacrosse for Dartmouth, here's a quick checklist of things you need to do:
Fill out our questionnaire
- Once you have filled out the questionnaire, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 603-646-3077.
- Understand the eligibility guidelines: You can check NCAA eligibility guidelines and register with the NCAA clearinghouse at the official NCAA web site.
- Complete a CSS Profile: The College Scholarship Service (CSS) is the financial aid division of the College Board. Many colleges, universities, and scholarship programs (including Dartmouth) use the information collected on PROFILE to help them award nonfederal student aid funds.
- Contact Dartmouth Admissions: Formal applications to Dartmouth are processed through the college's Office of Admissions. For information on applying to Dartmouth, call (603) 646-2875. You can also download Dartmouth's application by clicking here.
2015-16 Testing Dates (www.collegeboard.com)
|(Late Fee Required)|
|Sept. 12, 2015||Aug. 7, 2015||Aug. 8–21, 2015|
|Oct. 24, 2015||Sept. 18, 2015||Sept. 19–Oct. 2, 2015|
|Dec. 12, 2015||Nov. 6, 2015||Nov. 7-20, 2015|
|Feb. 6, 2016||January 8, 2016||Jan. 9–15, 2016|
|April 9, 2016||March 4, 2016||March 5-18, 2016|
|June 11, 2016||May 6, 2016||May 7-20, 2016|
SAT and SAT Subject Tests
|Oct. 3||Sept. 3||Sept. 22|
|Nov. 7||Oct. 9||Oct. 27|
|Dec. 5||Nov. 5||Nov. 23|
|Jan. 23||Dec. 28||Jan. 12|
|Mar. 5 (New SAT)||Feb. 5||Feb. 23|
|May 7||Apr. 8||Apr. 26||
|June 4||May 5||May 25|
- For more information, to register or to find the next test date for the SAT I or II, please visit www.collegeboard.com
- For more information, to register or to find the next test date for the ACT, please visit www.act.org
As a high school student-athlete, you may call, write, text or email us at any time.
As college coaches, we may write, text or email you only after September 1 of your Junior year of high school. There is no limit on the number of correspondences per week.
Unofficial Visit - When you, as a prospect, visit a college campus at your own expense. There is no limit on how many times you may visit a college "unofficially".
Official Visit - When you, as a prospect, visit a college campus at the partial or total expense of the college's representative of athletics (i.e. a coach). You may only take five (5) official visits in total and never more than one (1) to the same school.