Harvard is America’s oldest institution of higher learning, founded 140 years before the Declaration of Independence was signed. The University has grown from nine students with a single master to an enrollment of more than 18,000 degree candidates, including undergraduates and students in 10 principal academic units.
Harvard guarantees every student College housing for four years. By design, residential life that brings together students and faculty is an essential part of the Harvard experience. Nearly all students choose to live on campus for their full undergraduate careers.
- Built Environment
- Computing/Information Technology
- Creative/Performing Arts
- General Engineering/Other Engineering
- Medicine/Medical Sciences
- Physical Sciences
- Public Policy
- Sociology/Social Studies
Awarded to students from each of harvards schools, who is both academically excellent and deemed to be of financial need.
The Committee on General Scholarships
The Committee on General Scholarships administers special financial aid, scholarship, and fellowship programs that support Harvard University graduate and undergraduate students.
The Committee on General Scholarships administers several programs for international students who wish to study at Harvard University’s graduate and professional schools.
- Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowship (Argentina)
- The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund for Argentina
- Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship
- Scholarships for Colombian Students
- Real Colegio Complutense Scholarship (Spain)
Committee on General Scholarships
Ancestry-Based Scholarships Program
1430 Massachusetts Avenue, 6th Floor
Cambridge, MA 02141
Please contact the Committee on General Scholarships for additional information.
1350 Massachusetts Ave , Cambridge 02138 United States
+1 617 495 1000