Dartmouth University operated in Hanover, New Hampshire, on the campus of Dartmouth College. The University was established by the New Hampshire Legislature in an act of June 27, 1816. The College Trustees had dismissed President John Wheelock, and his allies in Concord sought to reinstate him through legislation.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMass Dartmouth or UMassD) is a public research university in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. It is the southernmost campus of the University of Massachusetts system. Formerly Southeastern Massachusetts University (known locally as SMU), it was merged into the University of Massachusetts system in 1991.
Dartmouth Hall, Dartmouth College Der Schwerpunkt von Dartmouth liegt in der Ausbildung von „Undergraduates“, also Studenten in der ersten universitären Ausbildungsphase. 2013 studieren rund 4.200 „Undergraduates“ und 2.100 „Graduates“ in Dartmouth. 40 Institute und Forschungsprojekte sind dort angesiedelt.