Leaving a Mark

Born in China and adopted by a single mother in Jamison, Pennsylvania, Heather Zezzo ’17 grew up an avid field hockey player, dragon boat racer, and scholar. At Dartmouth, she’s earning her AB and BE degrees in four years, playing field hockey, and considering a career involving clean energy and sustainability.

A Journey Measured by Change

Dominique Dadekian ’18 grew up in Merrimack, New Hampshire—less than two hours from the Dartmouth campus. “I drove up here with my mom, and we walked around, and I just totally fell in love.” 

Small ripples with a lasting impact

Carlos Polanco ’21 is an English and African-American Studies student from Clifton, New Jersey. He has received Dartmouth’s William S. Churchill Freshman Prize and the Hero For Change Award from RadioDisney.

Where Computer Science and Global Health Care Meet

Norette Ingabire '20 is an international student and computer science major from Burundi. She discusses how she came to Dartmouth, her desire to use her education to improve healthcare in her country, and the role financial aid played in making her Dartmouth education possible.

Parent and Family Talks Webinar: Tuck Business Bridge Program

Join us to learn more about the Tuck Business Bridge Program. The Bridge Program provides undergraduates from liberal arts, science, and engineering backgrounds with a comprehensive business curriculum taught by world-class MBA professors at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

A First Year of New Experiences and New Friends

Hannah Burd ’22 is an engineering major from Salisbury, Massachusetts. She discusses her first impressions of Dartmouth; becoming acquainted with college life through classes, new friends, and extracurricular activities; and the importance of financial aid in allowing her to attend college.

Parents Committed to Paying It Forward

Vicki and Fabrice Vasques, and their daughter, Alex ’18, support Dartmouth in myriad ways, through volunteering and philanthropy—including a bequest intention.