Inside the Office of Admission
The murder of Walter Wallace, Jr. is being reported nationally, and has deeply impacted our entire community. The Admission Office stands in solidarity with all members of the Haverford community, and particularly Haverford students, in grieving this needless and tragic loss.
In response to an initial email sent by President Raymond and Dean Bylander, and frustration with the College's inadequate response, students have organized a strike. We are fully supportive and understanding of this action by students. In an effort to support the student strike, we have cancelled upcoming tours and admission-related events.
While this is a challenging chapter in a difficult year, we are buoyed by the consistent commitment of our students to use their voices to demand a better Haverford now and for the students who come after them.
Welcome to Haverford!
Thanks for your interest in visiting Haverford! While we'd love to be on campus together, the health and safety of everyone is our highest priority. COVID-19 can and will be overcome, but only if we all do our part to thwart its spread. Since we can't meet in person, we've put together these resources to help you get to know Haverford from wherever you are. Dive in, start imagining yourself as a member of this community, and be in touch with questions!
Come with your questions or come just to listen and join our conversation. Parents, guardians, friends, and educators are all welcome.
Watch an Info Session
An introduction to Haverford as well as an in depth discussion of our distinctive Admission process by Director of Admission, Mary Maier '05.
Visit a Class
Take the opportunity to experience a Haverford classroom via Zoom! Below is a sampling of Haverford courses currently being taught in ways that are conducive to visitors.
If you would like to visit a class:
- Please be sure to email the professor in advance. While each of these faculty is open to visitors, there may be days the class isn't being held or there may be other reasons why visiting doesn't work on a specific day. The professor will provide the zoom link for the class once they hear from you.
- Please be sure to come into the meeting at the very beginning of the class. If you are not able to stay for the whole class, please make sure that this is okay with the professor.
- Feel free to participate in the class as you are able! Our faculty and students are warm and welcoming, and will be excited you are there.
Get an Overview
Our serene campus is a beautiful and stimulating environment. Haverford has 200 acres of award-winning architecture and landscaping, more than 50 academic, athletic and residential buildings, and a nationally recognized arboretum with 400 species of trees and shrubs, a 3.5-acre duck pond, gardens and wooded areas.
Let us know you "visited" Haverford!
Thank you for visiting Haverford! We’d love to know that you stopped by, just as if you were visiting us on campus. Even if you are already on our mailing list, please fill out our virtual visit form to let us know you engaged with us during this time.
Get In Touch
We would also love to hear from you any time and are completely available to answer questions and talk more about Haverford.