As early applications soar, 977 candidates are admitted to the class of 2019.
From the capital campaign to strategic priorities: a Harvard Corporation perspective on the institution at year-end
Highlights from Dean Michael D. Smith’s annual report
An update on the first renovation of an entire Harvard House
Adopting a College honor code, addressing e-mail privacy, moving from courses to credits, and more
The College’s new honor code prompts historical—and student—reflections on moral education.
With early-action acceptances high, few chances for wait-listed applicants
A Harvard task force released its recommendations in late February.
Harvard rethinks how it counts classwork, amid evolving definitions of courses and teaching.
Two new Corporation members, College tuition and admissions, Allston teaching spaces, and more
Admissions rate 5.9 percent; term bill rises to $58,607
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership development and psychology, becomes Harvard College dean.
Renovating the Inn at Harvard for student swing space as College House renewal scales up
The faculty discusses College academic conduct.
After a period of strong growth, a plateau