Our campus is located in and between Harvard Square and Porter Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The three areas of campus — Brattle, Doble, and Porter — are within walking distance of each other.
From modest beginnings in 1909, our university has grown from the home of Edith Lesley Wolfard to a campus that is spread out over 18
acres in the heart of Cambridge — a vibrant center of culture
and learning, and one of the world’s renowned university towns. With a landmark partnership with the Episcopal Divinity School, we have expanded our footprint and developed a campus that is integrated within three neighborhoods in and between Harvard Square and Porter Square.
The Cambridge context is
an essential part of the student experience and neighborhood residents
are invited to enjoy our campus and events.
Located only minutes apart by foot, our campus is integrated
within three Cambridge neighborhoods of distinct architectural style and
character. Each neighborhood shares important urban qualities: they
are pedestrian-oriented, bicycle-friendly, open, and welcoming.
Massachusetts Avenue, with its array of shops, restaurants, and services
connects the campus areas while providing a vibrant urban environment
and many student-oriented services, retail, and entertainment venues.
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