Our rigorous academic program focuses on individual growth, intellectual exploration, and pushing the boundaries of each discipline. Most classes are taught seminar style with an emphasis on discussion and debate. More »
Associate Professor Beth Wilman working with students in the Advanced Topics in Astorphysics: Modern Galactic Astronomy course in the Strawbridge Observatory Library.
Through the Bi-College, Tri-College and Quaker Consortia, we have access to a tremendous intellectual community: Bryn Mawr College, Swarthmore College and the University of Pennsylvania. More »
Caroline McKeon '18 pours liquid nitrogen into the infrared Raman spectrometer.
Trust. Concern. Respect.
Our campus culture engenders an immediate sense of trust and colleagueship between students and faculty and creates a relaxed, personal atmosphere. More »
John Kouakam '16 shares a laugh with Associate Professor Joshua Sabloff at the Math Poster Session held in Zubrow Commons.
Haverford is built on the virtues of the tightly knit residential college, embracing the notion that the greatest learning and growing can occur in an active, engaged, connected, outward-looking community. More »
E-haus, a community of students who work to live in a more environmentally sustainable way, hosts a weekly potluck dinner. Photo by Thom Carroll Photography.