Tuck Campus and Environment
The Tuck environment offers rich opportunities to refresh yourself mentally and physically. The Tuck School is located in Hanover, New Hampshire, in the heart of northern New England. Situated at the west end of Dartmouth College’s beautiful 200-acre campus, the Tuck campus sits high above the banks of the Connecticut River.
The local area, known as the Upper Valley, offers year-round outdoor recreational activities and diverse cultural activities. Situated on the Appalachian Trail, the area is renowned for its premier skiing, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking as well as its museums and galleries, performing arts, and varied dining options.
The campus environment encouragegs informal interactions and is a place where lifelong relationships are created. Tuck’s interconnected buildings are designed and continually updated to facilitate learning. These world-class facilities contain large and small classrooms, group study rooms, conference rooms, lounges, and a business/engineering library. Tuck’s information technology environment offers the latest classroom instructional technology, computing, video conferencing, and integrated collaboration services.
Executive accommodations are provided on campus at the purpose-designed Buchanan Executive Residence and nearby at the Hanover Inn and Six South St Hotel. Guest rooms in all three locations are attractive, comfortable, and conducive to both study and relaxation. All accommodations are within walking distance of the Tuck classrooms, as well as dining, shopping, and entertainment options in Hanover.
Getting to Tuck: Airports in Manchester, NH and Burlington, VT are a 1½ hour drive from Hanover; Boston is a 2½ hour drive. There is a local airport in Lebanon, NH, 15 minutes from the campus, for smaller planes. Dartmouth Coach offers frequent coach service from Boston’s Logan Airport direct to Hanover and also provides daily service from New York City.
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