Trends at Dartmouth’s Admissions Office

Curious to pinpoint future trends in Dartmouth College’s admissions office? Look no further than a piece in America’s oldest college newspaper, The Dartmouth, as Dartmouth’s dean of admissions and financial aid, Lee Coffin, offers some hints on potential changes in the years to come. In a piece entitled “Coffin reflects … 

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Dartmouth Class of 2022

Dartmouth College has notified Regular Decision applicants to the Class of 2022 of their admissions decisions. In all, 22,033 students applied to the College on the Hill in Hanover, New Hampshire. From this pool (the largest pool of applicants for Dartmouth in five years), 1,925 eared admission for an overall … 

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Dartmouth Won’t Penalize Student Protesters

In response to the wave of student gun control activism sweeping the nation, Dartmouth College has let it be known that it will not penalize any applicants to the school for their participation in peaceful protests. Indeed the College on the Hill has made clear that even if students face … 

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Banner Year for Dartmouth College

Bev Taylor, Founder of Ivy Coach, was quoted extensively yesterday in an article in America’s oldest college newspaper, “The Dartmouth,” the newspaper of Dartmouth College. A piece entitled “Class of 2021 has record-high number of students” by Alex Fredman highlights the extraordinary percentage of students admitted to the College on … 

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Dartmouth Admission

Bev Taylor, Founder of Ivy Coach, has been featured in an article of “The Dartmouth,” America’s oldest college newspaper. The article, entitled “Unspoken use of private consultants affects admissions” and written by Zac Hardwick, describes the impact of private college counselors on the admissions process to highly selective colleges such … 

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