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When did Dartmouth become coeducational?

Last updated 03/08/10

Dartmouth became coeducational in 1972, when women joined men in pursuit of the A.B. degree. For more information on coeducation and on John Kemeny, the Dartmouth president who instituted coeducation, visit the Presidencey of John Kemeny, an oral history, with transcripts and topic index, hosted by Rauner Special Collections Library.

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Last updated: 03/08/10