About Tuck and Dartmouth
Tuck School of Business
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., founded in 1900, is the first graduate school of management. Tuck has long been recognized among the leading business schools in the world. Tuck aims to provide the world’s best educational preparation for a career of business leadership and to support a faculty of acknowledged thought leaders who are also outstanding teachers. The Tuck community is a diverse group of students, alumni, faculty, and staff, and they represent a variety of business sectors, interests, and backgrounds.
Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, is a member of the Ivy League. Dartmouth is committed to providing the best undergraduate liberal arts experience and to providing outstanding graduate programs in the Geisel School of Medicine (founded 1797), the Thayer School of Engineering (1867), the Tuck School of Business (1900), and the graduate programs in the Arts and Sciences. Together they constitute an exceptional and rich learning environment as Dartmouth is known for its commitment to both teaching and research.
The College provides a comprehensive out-of-classroom experience, including service opportunities, engagement in the arts, and competitive athletic, recreational, and outdoor programs. Pioneering curricular programs in computation and international education are hallmarks of the College. Dartmouth graduates are marked by an understanding of the importance of teamwork, a capacity for leadership, and their keen enjoyment of a vibrant community. Their loyalty to Dartmouth and to each other is legendary and is a sustaining quality of the College.