HARVARD COLLEGE is a unique academic community - a close-knit undergraduate program located within Harvard University.
With world-class faculty, a dedication to affordability, and groundbreaking research opportunities, committed scholars have all the resources they need to fulfill their academic and personal potential.
Teaching and research are intertwined at Harvard College - students contribute to research in labs and libraries and learn from faculty of the highest caliber. The breadth and depth of Harvard's resources, from library and museum collections to engagement in the arts and athletics, remain unparalleled in higher education.
At the heart of Harvard College are the Harvard Houses, where three-fourths of students live, learn, and work together with faculty, students, and graduate students. These multigenerational communities provide personal and enriching interactions that shape students both intellectually and socially, while providing a supportive and manageably-sized home inside a larger College and University.
Harvard College is a four year, private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Harvard offers more than 3,700 courses in 48 undergraduate fields of study. Admitted transfer students at Harvard may be eligible to transfer up to a maximum of sixteen course credits. Harvard College does not currently offer an option to work toward a degree remotely. Students needing more flexible options should look into the Harvard Extension School.
Harvard is a MYCAA approved (Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts) school.
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