Libraries, Centers, & Resources


Magill Library

Magill Library

The Haverford College Libraries act as a locus of intellectual activity supporting the teaching, research and learning needs of the Haverford community. The libraries foster curiosity, exploration, introspection, and scholarly engagement for each individual within the Haverford community.

Our Academic Centers take you beyond the traditional confines of the classroom.

Whether your research takes place on campus or across the globe, the Academic Centers provide funding, support, and resources for those who want to design their own high-level scholarship and engage directly with what they are studying.

Center for Peace and Global Citizenship


The CPGC exposes members of the Haverford Community to key global issues by sponsoring a huge range of programming that furthers our understanding of conflict, discrimination, and inequality both at home and abroad.

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John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities


The HCAH fosters challenging exchange among faculty, students, and diverse communities of writers, artists, performers, thinkers, activists, and innovators.

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Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center


The KINSC promotes scientific scholarship involving close collaboration between faculty and students and provides opportunities for these collaborations to expand beyond the borders of the Haverford campus.

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Academic Offices & Resources

  • Office of Academic Resources

    The Office of Academic Resources (OAR) offers Haverford College students an array of services designed to enhance their academic potential and supplement the many academic and enrichment opportunities.

  • Office of Academic Affairs

    The Office of Academic Affairs coordinates an array of services geared to support the academic needs and promote the best academic interests of all Haverford students.

  • Center for Career & Professional Advising

    The Center for Career & Professional Advising (CCPA) fosters career exploration, professional growth for students and alumni, networking and outreach with employers.

  • International Students Services Office

    ISSO was created to provide support to all international students during their academic studies at Haverford College. The office provides a variety of resources, assisting students with maintaining legal status, and adjusting to US culture.

  • Writing Center

    At the Writing Center, peer tutors and faculty members are available to talk with you at any stage of a writing project, from brainstorming ideas and framing a thesis to polishing syntax and style.

  • Office of Multicultural Affairs

    The Office of Multicultural Affairs is dedicated to implementing educational and cultural programs that improve campus climate and enhance community life at Haverford.