Harvard University

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Harvard University (also known as President and Fellows of Harvard College) is a research university providing higher education programs. It has 12 degree-granting schools, in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, that include Harvard Business School, Harvard College, Harvard Division of Continuing Education, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and others. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences offers study in a range of academic disciplines for undergraduates and for graduates, while the other faculties offer only graduate degrees.
HQCambridge, MA, US
Employee Ratings4.4
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Employees (est.) (May 2022)27,810(+2%)
Job Openings781
Revenue (FY, 2020)$5.4 B(-2%)
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Key People/Management at Harvard University

Alan M. Garber

Alan M. Garber

Isaac Kohlberg

Isaac Kohlberg

Senior Associate Provost, Chief Technology Development Officer
Tez Chantaruchirakorn

Tez Chantaruchirakorn

Assistant Provost and Chief of Staff
Martha Whitehead

Martha Whitehead

Vice President for the Harvard Library and University Librarian, Roy E. Larsen Librarian for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Bharat N. Anand

Bharat N. Anand

Vice Provost for Advances in Learning, Henry R. Byers Professor of Business Administration
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Harvard University Office Locations

Harvard University has an office in Cambridge
Cambridge, MA, US (HQ)
Massachusetts Hall
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Harvard University Financials and Metrics

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Harvard University total Funding

$105.2 m

Harvard University latest funding size

$8.9 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Harvard University investors

Harvard University's latest funding round in September 2019 was reported to be $8.9 m. In total, Harvard University has raised $105.2 m
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Harvard University Revenue

Harvard University's revenue was reported to be $5.37 b in FY, 2020 which is a 2.5% decrease from the previous period.

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Harvard University Operating Metrics

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Graduate Students

13.33 k13.4 k13.6 k

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3.46 k

Undergraduate Students

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Harvard University Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation
Harvard Business School Student Association, Inc
Harvard Divinity School
Harvard Management Company, Inc.
Harvard Management Private Equity Corporation
Harvard Medical School
Harvard Real Estate, Inc.
Hbs Publishing México, S.A. de C.V.
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Harvard University Revenue Breakdown

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Harvard University revenue breakdown by business segment: 13.0% from Other Revenue, 17.1% from Sponsored Support, 8.9% from Gifts for Current Use, 19.9% from Student Income and 41.1% from Investment Income

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Harvard University News and Updates

Message from Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow

Through research and scholarship we seek to uncover truth, whether in understanding the origins of life or the meaning of life. Paul Professor of Constitutional Law and Professor of History, has observed, "We cannot dismantle what we do not understand, and we cannot understand the contemporary injus…

Global Educational Services Market to 2031 - Featuring University of Michigan, Stanford University and Harvard University Among Others

Dublin, April 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Educational Services Global Market Report 2022, By Type, By Type of Expenditure, By Mode" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they…

Sherrilyn Ifill to receive Radcliffe Medal

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study will award the Radcliffe Medal to nationally renowned civil rights lawyer, scholar, and public intellectual Sherrilyn Ifill on May 27.

CBA teams up with Harvard University researchers to help customers better manage their home loans

Commonwealth Bank today announced the launch of a smart new feature in the CommBank app that makes it simple and easy for customers to align their home loan repayments with the date and frequency of their regular incoming salary payments.

Harvard announces recipients of 14th annual Harvard Allston Partnership Fund grants

Harvard University recently announced the recipients of the 14th annual Harvard Allston Partnership Fund (HAPF) grants. Fourteen local nonprofits were selected to receive grants totaling $100,000 to support programs in the Allston-Brighton community.

Harvard University Averts Strike as Tentative Deal Made With Students’ Union

Harvard University Averts Strike as Tentative Deal Made With Students’ Union
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Harvard University Blogs

Notable moments from Harvard’s 2021-22 academic year

Emerging from two years of strict COVID-19 policies, Harvard welcomed back all in-person classes and on-campus activities. A timeline marks the highlights of the 2021-22 academic year.

President Bacow urges seniors to embrace the unexpected

On Tuesday, Harvard seniors filed into Tercentenary Theatre to attend the Baccalaureate ceremony, which had been canceled for the past two years due to COVID.

Skocpol tells PBK students: World of trouble awaits you. Fight to fix it.

The 230th Phi Beta Kappa Literary Exercises were held Tuesday at Sanders Theatre.

United by lockdown, divided by ‘Seinfeld’

For Harvard student Phiroze Parasnis and his family, isolated in Mumbai, time spent together made up for lost time.

6 memorable Harvard Commencement speeches

Ahead of Commencement ceremonies this week, we revisit inspiring messages from past speakers.

Thoreau floral collection inspires new exhibition

‘In Search of Thoreau’s Flowers: An Exploration of Change and Loss’ exhibition marries art and science at Harvard Museum of Natural History.
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Harvard University Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Harvard University founded?

    Harvard University was founded in 1636.

  • Who are Harvard University key executives?

    Harvard University's key executives are Alan M. Garber, Isaac Kohlberg and Tez Chantaruchirakorn.

  • How many employees does Harvard University have?

    Harvard University has 27,810 employees.

  • What is Harvard University revenue?

    Latest Harvard University annual revenue is $5.4 b.

  • What is Harvard University revenue per employee?

    Latest Harvard University revenue per employee is $193.2 k.

  • Who are Harvard University competitors?

    Competitors of Harvard University include University System of New Hampshire, Baylor College of Medicine and King's College London.

  • Where is Harvard University headquarters?

    Harvard University headquarters is located at Massachusetts Hall, Cambridge.

  • Where are Harvard University offices?

    Harvard University has an office in Cambridge.

  • How many offices does Harvard University have?

    Harvard University has 1 office.