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HARVARD UNIVERSITY

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Transcript of HARVARD UNIVERSITY

HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Interesting facts
Students scream stark naked.

At the end of every semester, as the clock strikes midnight on the first day of finals, Harvard students strip down to their birthday suits and run laps around Harvard Yard, screaming as loud as they can to relieve that pre-exam tension (or just because it’s a funny and ridiculous thing to do).

Visitors worship a statue of lies.

If you ever find yourself near Harvard, make sure to give its namesake’s statue’s foot, which stands in Harvard Yard, a little rub for good luck. A lot of Harvard hopefuls believe touching the statue will give them a better chance at getting into the competitive school

Harvard = Hogwarts?

During spring semester, freshmen are sorted into one of 12 houses, just like in Harry Potter, though sans the talking wizard hat. Each Harvard house has its own residence hall, gym, dining hall, and common areas. Students can choose to be sorted with up to eight of their friends, alleviating the
possibility that they’ll end up in a house with total strangers.
Programs offered
Admission reqirements
1. Common / Universal College Application
2. Harvard College Questions and Writing Supplement for the Common Application
3. $75 fee of a fee waiver
4. SAT or ACT with Writing
5. 2 SAT Subject Tests
6. School Report and high school transcript
7. Teacher Report (2)
8. Mid-Year School Report
9. Final School Report

+ The Common Application form: https://www.commonapp.org/Login
+ The Universal College Application form: https://www.universalcollegeapp.com/

On-campus residence and
housing
First-year students enjoy the choice location at the University. They live in the Yard, Apley Court and the Union Dormitories, at the geographic and historic center of the College. Accommodations range from eighteenth-century buildings, which housed the earliest Harvard students as well as George Washington’s troops, to Canaday Hall, the newest dormitory at the College completed in 1974. Students eat their meals in the beautiful and historic Annenberg Hall.
Brief History
Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, established in 1636 by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was named after the College’s first benefactor, the young minister John Harvard of Charlestown, who upon his death in 1638 left his library and half his estate to the institution. A statue of John Harvard stands today in front of University Hall in Harvard Yard, and is perhaps the University’s best known landmark.

Location
Location Address: 1350 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138, United States

Other Expenses (2013-14)
Matriculation Fee
: Assessed in Year 1 only
Education Materials Fee
: Assessed in Years 1 and 2 only
Disability Insurance
: is a mandatory, non-waivable fee assessed on an annual basis to all students from the time they matriculate at HMS until they graduate from HMS. This includes the time that students may spend in pursuit of additional degrees or other enrichment activities
Facilities Fee
: is reduced tuition ordinarily charged after 4 years (8 semesters) of full tuition have been charged.
Tuition fees
BUSINESS DIVINITY ART & SCIENCE

EDUCATION LAW MEDICAL ENGINEERING
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