What denomination is harvard college?

Answer Harvard is not, and has never been, affiliated with any religious denomination. Initially, Harvard University followed the puritanical principals that were popular among the founders. In the very b... Read More »

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What state is Harvard College in?

Harvard College--part of Harvard University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences--was first founded in 1636, making it the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It can be found in ... Read More »

Who founded Harvard College&what year was it?

Harvard was founded by vote of the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636. John Harvard of Charlestown was the college's first benefactor. The court named the college in his honor. H... Read More »

Harvard College Activities?

Harvard College life is centered around a myriad of student clubs, off-campus functions, and athletic and co-ed activities. Harvard College promotes student organizations and activities on its Stud... Read More »

Is Harvard a private college?

Harvard University is a private college in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It receives no money from the state, as a public university would, and is funded entirely by tuition, alumni donations and money... Read More »