Today Tritton and Kim Halls are the new dorms on the block. What hasn’t changed is just how essential living on campus is to the Haverford experience. Read “Home at Haverford” in the Fall 2012 issue of Haverford magazine »
The “4+1″ Program With Penn Get your bachelor’s degree from Haverford plus an MS in Engineering from The University of Pennsylvania in just 5 years. This groundbreaking collaboration expands an existing and extensive cooperative arrangement between Haverford and its Ivy … Continue reading
The College has a concentration in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. These programs—which include fields such as Scientific Computing and Peace, Justice and Human Rights—give students the opportunity to pursue an area of study distinct from, but relevant to, their … Continue reading
On May 19, 296 members of the Class of 2013 earned their degrees and became the latest group of alumni in the College’s 180-year history. Watch the video or view photos in the Haverblog.
Upgraded facilities, more full-time coaches, state-of-the-art strength training and other enhancements have helped Haverford’s teams post impressive results in recent years. But the true measure of success for Athletics is reflected in how well the program allows students to excel … Continue reading
Haverford’s three academic Centers shape daily life at the College by invigorating the arts on campus, supporting cutting-edge research and inspiring students on issues across the globe.
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.
Congratulations, Class of 2013! Commencement will take place Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in Alumni Field House. Tickets are not required. schedule • speakers • directions • map
The Honor Code-a philosophy of trust, concern, and respect-guides our entire campus community. Other reflections of the Honor Code include the absence of RAs in dorms, 24-hour lab access and the lack of an admission enrollment deposit.
Traditions Fords enjoy myriad traditional events such as the Collection speaker series; pinwheel day; the annual weekend throwdown at the end of the year called Haverfest; and, most importantly, Fall and Spring Plenary.
James House is a student-governed home for the arts, open to all members of the Haverford community, at all hours of the day. The space is a comfortable, relaxed place for art-inclined students to hang out.
Cricket is Haverford’s oldest and most distinctive sport and was possibly introduced by the English landscape architect who planned the campus in 1834, William Carvill.