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HARVARD!. 86 Brattle St. Cambridge MA 02138. Quick summary.

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  1. HARVARD! 86 Brattle St. Cambridge MA 02138

  2. Quick summary Harvard isa medium-sized, 4-year, private university and liberal arts college. This coed college is located in a small city in an urban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.

  3. Graduates :) and undergraduates:( In Harvard there are 6,676 total undergrads 1,657 are degree-seeking freshmen Only 6% of all applicants are able to attend the private college over 250 graduates have gone on to earn advanced degrees—including 30 doctorates—at Harvard. There is no limit in how many years you have to attend to graduate but the minimum is 3-5 years

  4. What grades do you need for an admission? H.S. Credits Required English 4.0 Math 4.0 Social Studies 3.0 Foreign Language 4.0 Lab Science Other 2.0 Gpa needs to be 3.2 or higher

  5. Do you need to do the sat? In Harvard there are only two tests that are accepted for an admission to the college The first test is the ACT test which you complete in middle school The second test is the SAT which you take in High School Other than tests Harvard also requires you to add one of the following to your application: Essay High School Transcript Interview Letters of Recommendation

  6. Just like any other college Harvard is expensive. Cost In-State Tuition/Fees 36828.00 Room & Board 11856.00 Cost Out-of-State Tuition/Fees 36828.00 Room & Board 11856.00

  7. Sources of Financial Aid Federal College Work-study Federal Pell Grant Federal Perkins Student Loan Program Federal Supplemental E.o.g. Institutional Funds Other Financial Aid State Grants, Loans, And/or Work-study

  8. Financial aid Of all full-time matriculated undergraduates who enrolled in 2011, 4,516 applied for aid, 4,054 were judged to have need, 4,054 had their need fully met. 1,014 Federal Work-Study jobs (averaging $2733). 2,158 state and other part-time jobs (averaging $2744) Average percent of need met: 100% Average financial aid package: $44,228 Average need-based loan: $4425 Average need-based gift aid: $41,507 Average indebtedness upon graduation: $11,780

  9. Programs/degrees Programs/Degrees Offered Baccalaureate Degree First Professional Degree Masters Degree Phd Or Equivalent

  10. Programs English, General Fine Arts, General Foreign Languages, Other German History Liberal/general Studies Linguistics Mathematics, General Music (liberal Arts)

  11. Programs Anthropology Applied Mathematics Area And Ethnic Studies (e.g., Latin American Studies, Afro- American Studies) Art (e.g., Painting, Drawing, Sculpture) Astronomy Biochemistry And Biophysics Biology Chemistry

  12. Programs Classical Languages (e.g., Greek, Latin) Comparative Litrature Computer Science Earth Science Economics Engineering Science English, General Fine Arts, General Foreign Languages, Other

  13. Programs Philosophy Physics Political Science/government Psychology Religion Social Sciences, General Sociology Statistics

  14. Special Programs Advanced Placement Air Force Army Career Development Center And Programs Continuing Education Courses Counseling Service Evening Program Health Services

  15. Special Programs Honors Courses/programs Institutional/departmental Exam Interdisciplinary Or Interdepartmental Courses Of Study Learning Assistant Programs Machines/aids For Hearing Impaired Marine Corps-platoon Leaders Class (plc) Only Navy Religious Observance Available

  16. Special Programs Services For Learning Disabled Services For Mobility Impaired Student Exchange Programs Study Abroad Summer Sessions Tutorial Programs

  17. Student Body Profile Women 51% Men 49% Over 22 Years Old % Afro-American/Black 8% Indian 1% White 42% Hispanic 7% Asian 17% Alien 11% Other 15% Full-Time UG Enrollment 665

  18. sports Baseball Basketball Crew Cross-country Fencing Field hockey Football Golf Ice hockey Wrestling

  19. sports Lacrosse Rugby Skiing Soccer Softball Swimming/Diving Tennis Track and Field Volleyball

  20. Other activities Band Campus publication Career Club Cheerleading Choral groups Dance (modern, ballroom, etc.) Debate Drama Marching band

  21. Other activities Orchestra Other campus activities Outdoor programs Political organizations Radio station Religious organizations Social service organizations Student government TV station

  22. housing CO-ED Residence Halls CO-OP Housing Married/family Housing Other

  23. facilities Main Library Name: Widener Library Other Library: 73 Collection: 16.3 million titles; 121,791 serial subscriptions; Endowment: $27.6 billion

  24. 10 reasons to attend Harvard Access to the best professors Motivational atmosphere for students Opportunity to pursue any field Good living experience Opportunity for internships and jobs Best housing facility in the nation Largest Library system in the world Diversity State-of-art-technology Great career opportunities

  25. Why I want to attend Harvard Yes I would like to attend Harvard. I have dreamt of being in the one place where many people have graduated that are worldwide known like Barack Oboma. I would like a good education and get a bachelors degree and walk up and give a thank you speech as I get the job I always wanted to be which is a surgeon :D

  26. Memorial Hall

  27. Inside the Memorial Hall

  28. Johnston Gate

  29. Founder:Statue of John Harvard

  30. Inside the Harvard Museum

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