Inside the Montgomery House

During their term at Dartmouth, our Fellows and their families reside in the Montgomery House, a spacious residence adjacent to the campus, where they can enjoy New England at its best. 

A Home for Fellows on Campus

“It’s cozy yet expansive,” said David K. Shipler ’64, a former New York Times correspondent and Fellow, who lived in the Montgomery House in 2004. “It draws you into comfortable rooms, then out to landscaped grounds and the tranquility of Occom Pond. It has become Dartmouth’s quiet institution.”