Funding Harvard College, the graduate school, scholarship, and engineering
Dean Michael D. Smith discusses the priorities of the $2.5-billion FAS campaign.
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
The Harvard Campaign’s $6.5-billion goal and priorities
Details and analysis of the $6.5-billion Harvard Campaign
Putting The Harvard Campaign in fiscal context
The president and provost put The Harvard Campaign in perspective.
Agenda for an important academic year
A financial-aid initiative and other College programs help first- generation undergraduates feel at home.
Headlines from Harvard history
How families of the class of 2012 celebrate Commencement
The country’s government will sponsor undergraduates, graduate students, and a visiting professorship.
Financial aid also rises.
Lessened endowment funding, pressure on tuition, and remaining deficits
The College redistributes aid among lower- and higher-income undergraduates, and introduces a new family financial-planning tool.