Harvard’s campus creates a stunning backdrop for all that happens within the University.
The Harvard student experience is characterized by unlimited possibilities. Opportunities abound inside the classroom and out, with over 8,000 courses from over 100 departments and countless research programs. Here, undergraduate students have access to almost every extracurricular program imaginable and the largest Division 1 Athletics Program in the country. And after graduation, students join the Harvard Alumni Association, which includes nearly 360,000 alumni worldwide.
- Administrative Offices
- Library & Academic Research
Life on Campus
Harvard's House system extends teaching, learning and advising into the residential environment. Harvard College includes twelve residential houses, a selection of which have been featured in the Harvard Gazette.
Hidden Spaces is a series about lesser-known spaces at Harvard:
- Tower classrooms
- Newell Boathouse
- Beck-Warren House
- Adolphus Busch Courtyard
- The tiny cemetery
- Emerson Chapel
- Beanbag Alley
- The Class of 1959 Chapel at Harvard Business School
- Dudley Garden
Harvard's Common Spaces Program is designed to foster a greater sense of community across the University by providing students, faculty and staff with opportunities to share spaces and experiences.
Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab)
The Harvard Innovation Lab is an initiative to cultivate team-based and entrepreneurial activities and deepening interactions among Harvard students, faculty, entrepreneurs, and members of the Allston and Greater Boston community.