Many students choose to live on campus; however, there are several options off campus.

Where to find available housing

You can now post housing listings yourself through Dartlist, an online space for Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff to share event information, post classified ads, and more!

Bulletin boards to check include the one at the Medical School and the Hinman Post Office in Hopkins Center - which has housing information as well as numerous articles for sale, rides, and other information. There will be housing information on the 'Graduate Studies' electronic bulletin board. The classified advertisement section of the Valley News (a daily local paper) is also a good source.

Housing options are also listed via the Dartmouth Real Estate Office and craigslist.

Dartmouth Graduate Housing

First-Year Students: North Park Graduate Housing

Reserved for first-year graduate students, North Park is a short walk to campus, as well as shopping and restaurants in downtown Hanover.

Married/Partnered Students: Sachem Village​

Students with families may apply for apartments in Sachem Village, the student college housing complex located two miles south of campus. 

About North Park

The community is located on a quiet corner of the Dartmouth campus providing an ideal setting for this 33-apartment, 111-bedroom neighborhood.

Graduate students at North Park can rent a bedroom in the larger 4-bedroom/2-bath apartment shared with three other individuals ($965/mo. per bedroom). A limited number of 1-bedroom ($1,180/mo.) and studio ($1,085/mo.) apartments are also available.

All North Park apartments are supplied with basic furniture, electricity, heat, phone, and internet/cable through the Dartmouth Network. Residents have access to a basement storage area and a centrally located coin-operated laundry room. If you bring your own furniture, you are responsible for storing the leased furniture and must return it to its original place upon move-out. You will be charged for any damages to the leased furniture.

Limited assigned covered parking is available for a monthly fee of $100.  Parking spaces are only available to faculty, staff and graduate students.

All North Park Street Graduate Housing is non-smoking and no pets are allowed in any of the units.

About Sachem Village

Two thousand acres of adjacent open space and trails provide easy access to the outdoors. Close to the hustle of the Dartmouth campus and downtown Hanover and home to 255 residences offered to the Dartmouth community, there’s no better way to get to know one’s peers than living at Sachem.

  • A variety of accommodations, including 205 5-star energy efficient apartments
  • Neighborhood community center & meeting rooms
  • Neighborhood playgrounds and picnic facilities
  • Tennis and basketball courts; adjacent to public skating
  • Access to hiking, biking and ski trails
  • Close to public transportation
  • Pet friendly
  • All Sachem Village rental housing is non-smoking.