The Tuck School of Business is located in Hanover, N.H., on the banks of the Connecticut River in the heart of New England. Tuck is part of Dartmouth College, a member of the Ivy League. It's a place with endless opportunities for intellectual and personal growth, thanks to its people, facilities, and beautiful setting. Our comfortable, top-notch facilities foster informal interactions among community members and offer easy access to the latest technology.
Located at the west end of Dartmouth's beautiful 200-acre campus, Tuck's interconnected buildings provide an integrated living and learning environment.
Academic & Administrative Buildings
Tuck's six academic and administrative buildings contain large and small classrooms, group study rooms, conference rooms, lounges, a business/engineering library, and offices for faculty and staff. Tuck classrooms are located in Tuck Hall, Byrne Hall, and the Murdough Center. A wide range of study spaces are available around campus, including in Stell and Whittemore Halls.
Tuck's cutting-edge information technology environment includes the Whittemore Wing for Information Technology, which offers the latest in desktop and mobile computing along with facilities for video conferencing, multimedia production, data visualization, and group collaboration. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the campus.
Tuck students have access to Feldberg Library's renowned collection of business and management periodicals, newspapers, directories, and online resources. Students may also use Dartmouth's many other libraries, as well as the collections in all seven other Ivy League schools.
Residential living is a foundation of the Tuck culture-which includes teamwork and the building of lifelong relationships. Students and partners live on or nearby campus, making spontaneous social events and shared activities a way of life. Tuck's residential character is one important reason that Tuck alumni are among the most loyal of all the business school in the world.
At the center is Whittemore Hall, which provides private living accommodations and facilities for the entire Tuck community. It also includes social areas, group study rooms, a business resource center, and an exercise facility with locker rooms. Buchanan Hall features pairs of single rooms connected by a shared bathroom, group study rooms, and a lounge area.
All second-year students live off campus in rental apartments and houses-many of which are handed on to successive groups of Tuck students from year to year. Many students from both classes who have partners or children rent duplexes or town houses in Sachem Village, Dartmouth's graduate student housing complex.
Athletic & Cultural Facilities
In addition to the gym located in Tuck's Whittemore Hall, Tuck students have access to all Dartmouth's athletic facilities, including include the fitness center; tennis, squash, basketball, and racquetball courts; swimming pools; dance studio; ice rink; and indoor and outdoor running tracks. Dartmouth also operates the nearby golf course, boathouse, Morton Farm riding center, and Skiway—all available for Tuck student use. Some Tuck students also enjoy Dartmouth's Ivy League spectator sports.
Dartmouth's Hopkins Center for the Arts offers a broad range of locally and internationally produced theater, music, dance, and film. The Hood Museum of Art presents exhibitions of fine art from all cultures and periods, including shows drawn from the college's own extensive collection, specially organized loan exhibitions, and traveling exhibitions.