“Being in a community like Haverford with such a strong code of ethics and honor helps form a basis from which to successfully interface with colleagues and grow a professional network in a field that relies heavily on collaboration and … Continue reading
The Haverford campus is the oldest planned college landscape in the country. Our meticulously maintained 200 acres contain a nature trail, a Pinetum and flower gardens. The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education has awarded Haverford College … Continue reading
Best known for railroad photography, O. Winston Link also shot promotional images of Haverford and many are in Special Collections.
Haverford libraries own more than 625,000 titles, including not only printed books but thousands of items in other formats—microfilm, photographs, diaries, letters, sound and video recordings, electronic publications, and miscellaneous ephemera.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship‘s Haverford Garden internship encourages students to think creatively about how gardening (or more generally, food) connects to the strictly theoretical work they do in the classroom.
The Haverford campus is the oldest planned college landscape in the country. Our meticulously maintained 200 acres contain a nature trail, a Pinetum and flower gardens.
More than 1,000 alumni returned to campus the last weekend in May for Alumni Weekend. Missed it? Check out the photo gallery or our social media Storify on the HaverBlog.
The Committee for Environmental Responsibility (CER) was created by the students, faculty and staff of Haverford College and founded on the socially responsible principles of the college.
If Instagram is your preferred social media site, then you’re in luck! The College has an Instagram account at “haverfordedu,” so please follow us there. Don’t forget to tag all your Haverford-related Instagram pics with the hashtag #HaverfordCollege!
The Army Specialized Training Program (or A.S.T.P.) included basic engineering, foreign area and language studies, which were taught at Haverford in 1943 and 1944, as part of the program to add non-combatant service students during World War II.
Haverford’s serene campus is a nationally recognized arboretum with 400 species of trees and shrubs, a 3.5-acre duck pond, gardens and wooded areas.
Congratulations, Class of 2014! Commencement will take place Sunday, May 18, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets are not required. Schedule • Speakers • Directions • Map