List of Dartmouth College Alumni

This list of Dartmouth College alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Dartmouth College and its graduate schools. In addition to its undergraduate program, Dartmouth offers graduate degrees in nineteen departments and includes three graduate schools: the Tuck School of Business, the Thayer School of Engineering, and Dartmouth Medical School. Since its founding in 1769, Dartmouth has graduated 238 classes of students and today has approximately 66,500 living alumni.

This list uses the following notation:

  • D or unmarked years – recipient of Dartmouth College Bachelor of Arts
  • DMS – recipient of Dartmouth Medical School degree (Bachelor of Medicine 1797–1812, Doctor of Medicine 1812–present)
  • Th – recipient of any of several Thayer School of Engineering degrees (see Thayer School of Engineering#Academics)
  • T – recipient of Tuck School of Business Master of Business Administration, or graduate of other programs as indicated
  • M.A., M.S., Ph.D, etc. – recipient of indicated degree from an Arts and Sciences graduate program, or the historical equivalent

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