Dartmouth Special Community Student Program
Credits Awarded: Students may earn .5 credit for each semester long 3 or 4 credit course.
Eligibility Requirements: Juniors (during the winter and spring terms) and Seniors (during fall, winter, and spring terms) are eligible. Students must remain in good academic standing with their high school as well as the college they are attending. Each student is responsible for speaking with the professor of the Dartmouth course they intend to take and obtaining his or her signature on the application.
Description: Dartmouth College's Special Community Student High School Program is open to seniors (during fall, winter, and spring
terms) and juniors (during the winter and spring terms) of area high schools who have exhausted all possible classes within their field of interest at their high school. All students are recommended by their counselor. These courses are not offered during the summer.
Contact Person: Your Counselor
Expectations: Students must remain in good academic standing with their high school as well as the college they are attending. Paperwork must be completed in February prior to attending college.
Possibilities: Anthropology, Introduction to Education, Introduction to Film: From Scripts to Screen, Native Americans and Christianity, etc.