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Packing List

Attendees staying on-campus should bring necessities/toiletries such as:

  • Shampoo
  • Body wash
  • Toothbrush/paste
  • Robe
  • Hair dryer
  • Portable fan (Dartmouth dorm rooms DO NOT have air conditioning)


What to Expect

Staying on campus in a dorm room

Dorm Rooms Includes:

  • (1) Twin-bed
  • Linens (sheets, pillow, towel, and blanket)
  • Closet space
  • Desk w/chair
  • Dresser
  • Shared bathroom (Community/communal style)

Other features/amenities include:

  • Laundry (personal detergent required)

Dartmouth College does not allow anyone under the age of 21 to stay in a dorm room.

Dorm rooms ARE NOT air conditioned.

If you have any ADA requirements, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
PLEASE NOTE: Beds in the dorms may not be de-lofted. If you are unable to get into a higher bed, we highly suggest staying in a hotel room.

Availability is limited. Please do not delay in making on-campus housing reservations



The dining hall is our all-you-care-to-eat dining facility offering comfort foods, vegan and vegetarian cuisine, hearth oven pizza, breakfast sandwiches, a stir-fry station, a full grill line, a gluten-free station, and a certified Kosher kitchen. Create your own sandwich from the deli or a fresh garden salad, artisan breads, and fresh bakery sweets. All your dietary needs can be accommodated in the dining hall.


Walking Around Campus

Dartmouth campus is very walkable and easy to get around.


Things to do in Hanover

During your free time, make sure to check out the city of Hanover with its beauty, history, culture, and charm.  Enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and museums. From shopping, entertainment, and sports… Hanover has something for everyone. For an entire list of activities, shops, and restaurants, click here.


First Time Attendee Guide

Is this your first Summer School? This 4.5-day event is a great opportunity to make new friends, have life-long learning, and not to mention – a lot of fun. With smaller attendance at AAPM’s Summer School, you have an opportunity for more one on one conversations. Make sure to join everyone each day for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the dining hall as well as attend the evening social activities. These are not mandatory, but a fun way to spend your evenings with your Summer School colleagues.