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Harvard University

Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard University was established in 1636. Harvard University is one of the world's most prestigious universities. This university is a large, highly residential research university. Its logo has a shield with three books and the Latin motto “VERITAS” which means Verity or Truth.

Harvard University Address:

Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. Tel: (617) 495-1502.

Harvard University Campuses:

Cambridge Campus:

It is Harvard's main campus and spaced with 209-acre. Cambridge campus is centered on Harvard Yard in Cambridge. Harvard Yard has central administrative offices,  main libraries of the university, academic buildings including Sever Hall, University Hall, Memorial Church and the majority of the freshman dormitories. Each residential house contains rooms for undergraduates, house masters, resident tutors as well as a dining hall & library. The facilities were made possible by a gift from Yale University alumnus Edward Harkness.

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Allston Campus:

Allston campus occupies in 358 acres and contains Harvard Business School and many of the university's athletics facilities, including Harvard Stadium. The John W. Weeks Bridge, a pedestrian bridge over the Charles River, connects the two campuses.

Longwood Campus:

Longwood has Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Harvard School of Public Health. These three are located on a 21acre land.

Harvard University Ranking:

Harvard University got FIRST rank in the world for the years 2014 to 2016.

Graduate and Professional schools:

  • Harvard business school

  • Harvard divinity school

  • Harvard graduate school of arts

  • Harvard graduate school of design

  • Harvard graduate school of education

  • Harvard Kennedy school

  • Harvard law school

  • Harvard medical school

  • Harvard school of dental medicine

  • Harvard john A Paulson school of engineering and applied sciences

  • Harvard TH Chan School of public health

  • American repertory theatre

  • Continuing education and summer programs:

  • Graduate school of design

  • Harvard summer school

  • Crimson summer academy

Harvard University Financial Aid:

Harvard University has aid-based course of graduation. Students are encouraged to explore all avenues of funding opportunities. University will provide the financial aid based on four factors like Merit based, Need based, Need Merit based.

Harvard University Students:

Harvard University has 22,000 students.

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Departments of Harvard University:

  • African and African American Studies

  • Anthropology

  • Applied Mathematics

  • Applied Physics

  • Astronomy

  • Bioengineering

  • Celtic Languages and Literatures

  • Chemistry and Chemical Biology

  • Computer Science

  • The Classics

  • Comparative Literature

  • Earth and Planetary Sciences

  • East Asian Languages and Civilizations

  • Economics

  • Electrical Engineering

  • English

  • Environmental Science & Engineering

  • Germanic Languages and Literatures

  • Government

  • History

  • History of Art and Architecture

  • History of Science

  • Human Evolutionary Biology

  • Linguistics
  • Materials Science & Mechanical Engineering

  • Mathematics

  • Molecular and Cellular Biology

  • Music

  • Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

  • Philosophy

  • Physics

  • Psychology

  • Romance Languages and Literatures

  • Slavic Languages and Literatures

  • Sociology

  • South Asian Studies

  • Statistics

  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology

  • Visual and Environmental Studies

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Campus Life:

The housing system at Harvard is designed to create a full collegiate experience for all four years of undergraduate education. As freshmen, students live in one of the dormitories in Harvard Yard, a prime location, and eat in the historic and picturesque Annenberg dining hall.


You may apply to Harvard under either Early Action or Regular Decision program, both of which allow you to compare admission and financial aid offers from other institutions and to wait until May 1 to make a final college choice. Early Action candidates apply by November 1 and receive notification by mid-December. Regular Decision candidates apply by January 1 and receive notification by late March. For more information see at official website

Degrees and courses Offered by Harvard University:

Harvard University degree offered by GSAS, DCE, and SEAS..

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Harvard College:

  • Fields of Concentration

  • Nondepartmental Degree Programs

  • Chemical and Physical Biology

  • Environmental Science and Public Policy

  • Folklore and Mythology

  • History and Literature

  • Literature

  • Neurobiology

  • Study of Religion

  • Social Studies

  • Special Concentrations

  • Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality

  • Theater, Dance and Media

  • Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS):

  • Degree Programs

  • School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)

  • Undergraduate Degree Programs

  • Graduate Degree Programs

  • Division of Continuing Education (DCE) Program


Over 3,000 courses are offered by over 1,000 faculty members within the Faculty of Arts and science. For more information see at official website

Student Life in Harvard University:

Harvard University has around 22,000 students across the College, graduate, and professional schools located in Cambridge and Boston.

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