United States, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1773, Dickinson College is a private liberal arts college located in the city named Carlisle in Pennsylvania. In addition to offering a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in 22 disciplines and 20 interdisciplinary majors, Dickinson also offers an engineering option through its 3:2 program, including a three-year program in Dickinson and a degree in Dickinson Two-year engineering school. Columbia University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, or Case Western Reserve University. After completing both parts of the course, students will receive a bachelor's degree. Dickinson's Bachelor's degree and Bachelor of Science degree in engineering in the selected field. Dickinson College provides useful, innovative, and interdisciplinary education in humanities to cultivate students' rich, fulfilling, and active participation in global citizenship for Common interests.

Campus Life

Dickinson has one of the most beautiful campuses in the area and is located in one of the country's most livable cities. Students, faculty, and staff from 41 states and regions and 48 countries on six continents cheered. Dickinson has a rich and diverse student life, and the organization involves many different reasons and interests. Its courses are only aimed at traditional students with a typical university age. More than a hundred organizations are representing different aspects of the university. Dickinson College has various on-campus accommodation and clubs dedicated to language and culture, as well as many different religious organizations. The Office of Student Life supports a wide variety of accommodation programs; clubs and organizations, support programs; and entertainment and leisure programs for our students. The college currently has 58 general and special interest accommodation options, including traditional student dormitories, houses and apartments, themed areas, and community housing.

Noted Alumni

Some of the well-known alumni of Dickinson College include Chief Justice of the United States Roger B. Taney, President of the United States James Buchanan, John Goucher the founder of Goucher College, Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Chief Bender, former chief of the Strategic Air Command of the United States Air Force (SAC) Richard H. Ellis, and baseball executive Andy MacPhail.