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Creating a Campus for Harvard’s Next Century

We must create a campus for the decades to come, the physical environment to fulfill our ambitions and goals. It must provide the common spaces to embody the intellectual and programmatic vision of One Harvard. This must include development of spaces in Allston to enhance new cross-University collaborations and new connections among the University, the surrounding community, and new partners in industry and research. At a time when universities are being asked to reexamine the logic of physical campuses, Harvard must pursue renewed uses and purposes for undergraduate Houses, for shared campus facilities, and for transformed classroom and library spaces.

Aspiration in Action

A Campus for Harvard's Next Century

A look at the evolution of the University’s campus—from the founding of the College to the future in Allston.

Rollout of Science and Engineering Complex

University files Master Plan Notification Form with Boston Redevelopment Authority.

Insights on where we learn

The Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching and its Teaching and Learning Consortium hold a four-day conference to discuss learning spaces.

Big Boost for SEAS

$400 million gift from John A. Paulson MBA '80 will fuel School’s rapid growth in technology, engineering fields.

Construction Underway

To address the evolving student and faculty needs of a 21st-century education, many Schools across Harvard have embarked on significant construction and renovation projects this year.

Art's Shining Future

Renewed Harvard museums showcase evocative works and open up new possibilities for teaching and learning.

Finding the Light

Harvard Divinity School embraces modern technology on a campus steeped in history.

Building Outward

New director brings collaborative vision to the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.

Ways to Support

To achieve our aspirations, Harvard will build on strengths across the University. There have never been more great ideas, great thinkers, or great opportunities worthy of your support. Below are just a few examples.

Space for Student Artists

Name a practice or studio space in the Arts Wing of the new Campus Center.

Facilities for Science and Engineering

Underwrite a wing or support space in the new science building on the University’s expanding campus in Allston.

Residential Space

Name a newly designed space in one of Harvard’s renewed undergraduate Houses.

Public Art

Underwrite Harvard’s efforts to bring new art installations and performance to public spaces throughout the campus.

Contact us for more information on how you can get involved.

University Development Office
campaign@harvard.edu