See Yourself at Harvard
Stroll through beautiful Harvard Yard, learn from enthusiastic students, and discover life in historic Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Harvard may be the oldest college in the country, but it's certainly not a museum. Our community's spirit and exuberance are alive in every corner of the campus, and we can't wait to show you what makes Harvard a school like no other.
We encourage prospective students to learn more about Harvard College by attending an information session and campus tour. You can also explore our campus through our virtual tour.
Other Ways to Visit Campus
Student guides lead you through the places they live and learn, including dorm rooms, classrooms, Widener Library, the first-year dining hall and more.
Directions & Parking
We welcome you to come visit us and experience Harvard for yourself. We hope the following information helps you get here easily.
If you’ve registered for an information session and/or tour, please reference the location information in your confirmation email for the most up-to-date address and directions. Our information sessions and tours take place at Agassiz House, 5 James Street, Cambridge, MA.
Places we love
People from the Harvard community share their favorite spots on campus - from the Harvard Forest to the new Smith Campus Center.
Connect with Current Students
From world-renowned professors to world-class friendships, students at Harvard find a community that embraces them, challenges them, and exposes them to new ideas daily. With so many opportunities afforded to our students, the Harvard experience is unique for every undergraduate.
Do you have questions about what it’s like to be a student at Harvard? Our student coordinators are here to provide a first-hand perspective about affordability, diversity, student life, and more. We encourage you to reach out to our students by submitting a contact form and a student will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Keep in mind that response times may be delayed during student breaks in May, late August, December, and January.