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Haverford College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

1,177 students

25% admitted

  • 1,177 full time
  • N/A part time
  • 548 men full time
  • 629 women full time
  • 3,470 applied
  • 870 admitted
  • 335 enrolled

1,173 Undergraduates

$45,018 tuition/year

  • 4 Non-Degree
  • $45,018 in state
  • $408 fees
  • $13,810 room & board
  • $1,194 books and supplies
  • (Based on stats from 2013/2014)

At a Glance

Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Mid East Large suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
School Colors: Scarlet and black
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • K-dog
  • 0
  • Haverford College is a community of extremely caring and concerned people. One of the many aspects of the college that stands out is the our Honor Code; the Code is…

  • Oct-19-2014 Read More
  • Mike from NJ
  • 0
  • Forbes has ranked Haverfrod College 7th among Liberal Arts colleges and 11th overall for all colleges and universities. Without question you will receive an outstanding education with unsurpassed personal attention.…

  • Dec-21-2014 Read More
  • Jasmin from Brooklyn, NY
  • 0
  • A close-knit space where people of liberal tendencies really get to know one another. The faulty is superb and dedicated, and people generally look out for each other. The general…

  • May-23-2012 Read More
  • Michelle from New Haven, CT
  • 0
  • Haverford College is an academically challenging school that allows students to make their education a journey of their own. The Honor Code serves as a backbone for the students to…

  • Jun-06-2013 Read More
Haverford College
  • Located in Haverford, PA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 1,177 students enrolled
  • 25% admitted
  • $45,018 annual cost to attend
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 3
  • Freshman Female
  • May-08-2011 I am a current student here

    They call it the Haverbubble for a reason. The social scene can be a bit suffocating. It is a very small school, and I feel that I know too much about people I don't know. Although the SEPTA is easily accessible, it can be difficult to get off campus, especially as a freshman.

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  • 5
  • female from MN
  • Dec-19-2009 I am a current student here

    Haverford prides itself on its Honor Code, a unique student-written and student-enforced living document which covers both academic and social concerns. The Honor Code is logistically useful, as it allows students to take self-scheduled exams and it also creates a general atmosphere of student/administrative/faculty trust. The Code stresses personal involvement and responsibility, and the community takes it to heart. Rules at Haverford are minimal and make sense. Interactions are friendly. Haverford is an incredibly unique community where the average person has a great deal of common sense, is trustworthy, and takes time to listen and discuss concerns. All of this translates to the social environment: students know how to have fun, but are responsible and understanding of others' concerns. Issues on campus definitely carry the feeling of we're all in this together. We have a very strong ethos of student self-government, and the student body comes together once a semester at Plenary to present and vote on resolutions. These, and other forms of student input are actually taken very seriously by the administration. Haverford students are aware they live in the Haverbubble but generally enjoy it. There's a stereotype that the kids who come here are nerdy and socially awkward, but this characteristic is manifested in an endearing manner, and the vast, vast majority of Haverford students are lovely, thoughtful, respectful, and intelligent human beings. Of course, every school has its problems, but in the grand scheme of things, Haverford functions pretty well. It's a pretty good example of a real, cohesive community.

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