First-Year Student Enrichment Program

Through mentor-mentee meetings, sample classes taught by Dartmouth faculty members, skill-building workshops and seminars, self-assessment and goal-setting sessions, team and community-building activities, and small group discussions, FYSEP students learn the mechanics of a successful Dartmouth experience while forging a strong peer network that will continue even after graduation.

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First Gen

Celebrating First-Generation Students Across Campus

Dartmouth defines a first-generation college student as one whose parent(s)/guardian(s) does not hold a bachelor's degree, which is traditionally a four-year degree. The College is home to over 700 first-generation students!

King Scholars Program

While many are familiar with our oldest program, The First-Year Student Enrichment Program (FYSEP), which is a four-week pre-orientation program that provides wrap-around support to our incoming first-generation, low-income students, the FGO also supports our King Scholars, and plans are underway to develop our Prepare to Launch Program (PLP).

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