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.
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Haverford College is committed to providing a liberal arts education in the broadest sense. Students with disabilities who meet the College's standards for admission matriculate each year. They perform well academically and lead fulfilling lives in the Haverford community.
The Athletic Department is committed to the belief that physical education is an integral component of each student's liberal arts education and offers a wide range of athletic opportunities for both men and women designed to meet the diverse and changing interests of its students body within the college's mission of excellence and individual growth.
Customs is Haverford's First-Year Experience program, which includes a five-day orientation immediately preceding the fall semester. It is a yearlong program that involves nearly 200 upperclass students supporting, in a multiplicity of ways, the first-year class in their transition from high school to college life at Haverford.
Dining Services feels that enjoying food with students and other members of the community is crucial to the development of the student as well as to the vitality of the Haverford experience. Dining Services is comprised of the Dining Center, The Coop, and Catering Services.
Through the Honor Code, Haverford students enjoy a bond of trust and mutual respect that shapes all aspects of their academic and community lives. The Honor Code encompasses both the academic and social spheres of life, influencing everything from the spirit of intellectual inquiry to personal interactions.
If you would like Honor Council to discuss a topic, or to discuss topics others have brought, come to one of our Community Forums, or email email@example.com.
The 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, including assisting students with maintaining legal status and adjusting to the United States culture.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) sustains and carries out Haverford College’s commitment to diversity by supporting student programs, faculty initiatives, and curricular innovations that cultivate a vibrant and multifaceted intellectual community.
The Office of Academic Resources (OAR) offers students an array of services designed to enhance their academic potential and supplement the many academic and enrichment opportunities already available to them through their course work and research at Haverford College.
The Marilou Allen Office of Service & Community Collaboration (OSCC) works with both the Dean's Office (on the Diversity Access & Community Engagement team) and the Center for Peace & Global Citizenship to help build local relationships and partnerships, and position Haverford's campus as a welcoming gathering place for Ardmore community members.
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Haverford College students engage in a wide variety of religious and spiritual activities. These activities may be affiliated with local places of worship, or they may be student led and designed.
We've created a Google Map to help you find local places of worship.
Haverford is a residential college with over 98% of students living in campus housing. Student housing is overwhelmingly coed, and residence halls offer a wide variety of accommodations from 4-person apartments to suites and singles.
Haverford College does not tolerate sexual misconduct (sexual harassment and sexual assault, including rape). The College is committed to helping students affected by sexual misconduct deal with its impact.
Sophomore year is a pivotal one in which considerable thought needs to be given to important decisions about your personal and academic direction that will set you on a course for your final two years at Haverford and beyond. This culminates in April, with the declaration of the major.
Serves as a resource to individual students, members of clubs and organizations, and faculty and staff members throughout the planning, development, and implementation processes of organizing campus-wide co-curricular events that are student-run and educational and social in nature.
Students' Council is an elected body that advocates on behalf of students, serves as representatives to the Board of Managers, appoints students to all major committees at the College, and distributes the activities budget to all student clubs and groups.
Haverford College encourages interested students to spend a semester or a year abroad as part of their Haverford education. Expand, complement and enrich your undergraduate education, improve language skills, and perhaps find a new perspective on a college major.
Summer Study Abroad is an option for students interested in spending summers taking courses overseas, and is not under the oversight of International Academic Programs (Study Abroad). Students must follow specific procedures in advance in order to receive academic credit for such programs.
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