About the Program

The Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Endowment

The Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Endowment at Dartmouth was established in 1977 to foster "the advancement of the academic realm of the College in ways that will significantly add to the quality and character" of the institution. 

In extending and enriching the College's curriculum, the Endowment's mission is to bring outstanding luminaries from the academic world as well as from non-academic spheres to campus.

The Montgomery Fellows

Designated lifelong “Montgomery Fellows,” these distinguished individuals are in Hanover for varying lengths of time, ranging from a few days up to a full term. During their incumbencies the fellows and their families inhabit the Montgomery House, a comfortable and gracious residence adjacent to campus and overlooking Occom Pond.