Most Diversity Business Programs take place at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The idyllic setting in the heart of northern New England supports an immersive learning environment to reflect, engage, and commit to change.

Tuck’s campus is a suite of interconnected buildings designed to facilitate learning. These world-class facilities contain large and small classrooms, group study rooms, conference rooms, lounges, and a business and engineering library. Tuck’s instructional technology, network, video conferencing, and integrated collaboration services are state-of-the-art. Tuck’s on-site dining hall and café encourage informal mingling.


Participants stay at the Hanover Inn or Six South St. Hotel in Hanover. Rooms are attractive and comfortable, conducive to both study and relaxation.

Hanover Inn

Perched on the edge of campus, guests have quick access to Tuck classes as well as local restaurants, bars, shops, and more. The Inn’s recent renovations have polished their bar, dining, and event spaces, including meeting rooms where some functions are hosted.

Six South St. Hotel

This boutique hotel features a lively lounge and restaurant, valet parking, and comfortable, modern guest rooms. The downtown Hanover location offers quick access to cafés, dining, and shopping.



Hanover combines the scale and tradition of a New England town with the resources of an Ivy League school. There is a cosmopolitan mix of cultures here, with people drawn to Dartmouth College, a major teaching hospital, and a burgeoning high-tech sector with global connections. Hanover is frequently judged one of the best places to live in the United States.

The surrounding area—known as the Upper Valley, for its location on the Connecticut River—is at the heart of a region of spectacular natural beauty and extensive cultural resources. It offers year-round recreational opportunities: the best skiing in the eastern United States, easy access to the river, and spectacular autumn foliage.



Tuck is served by airports in Lebanon and Manchester, New Hampshire; Burlington, Vermont; and Logan International in Boston, Massachusetts.

The campus is a little over two hours by car from Boston and five hours from New York City. Luxury bus service from both metro areas is also available through Dartmouth Coach.

View additional transportation details, including complete directions to Tuck by land and air.

GPS address

Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
100 Tuck Hall, Hanover, NH 03755-9000

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