• Fung Library

    The Fung Library collects materials, primarily in the social sciences, to support the advanced study of China, Japan, Russia and Eurasia, and to further the research and teaching of the FAS and the University on these geographic regions.
  • Harvard Fine Arts Library

    The Fine Arts Library provides research and curricular support for all areas in the history of art, architecture, photography, and the decorative arts.
  • Loeb Music Library

    The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library provides services that support the curriculum in music as well as the music needs of the greater Harvard community. Study spaces include reading rooms, individual and collaborative listening/viewing spaces and carrels.
  • Cabot Science Library

    Cabot is Harvard's principal general science library. In addition to serving undergraduates, the library has research collections in mathematics, statistics, earth and planetary sciences, psychology and science-related interdisciplinary studies.
  • Lamont Library

    Lamont Library was the first university library building in the United States specifically planned for undergraduates. This revolutionary library became the primary collection supporting study and instruction in the new undergraduate curriculum.
  • Widener Library

    The Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library is Harvard University's flagship library. Built with a gift from Eleanor Elkins Widener, it is a memorial to her son, Harry, Class of 1907, an enthusiastic young bibliophile who perished aboard the Titanic.
  • Harvard College Library (teaching and curricular resources)

    Provides classes, workshops, consulting, and course development for use of libraries and their materials.
  • Harvard Semitic Museum

    Founded in 1889, the Harvard Semitic Museum houses more than 40,000 Near Eastern artifacts, mostly from museum-sponsored excavations in Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Tunisia. We use these collections to investigate and teach Near Eastern archaeology, history, and culture. The Harvard Semitic Museum is one of the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture (HMSC).
  • Museum of Comparative Zoology

    The Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) at Harvard University is a center for research and education focused on the comparative relationships of animal life.
  • Mineralogical and Geological Museum

    The Mineralogical & Geological Museum at Harvard University (MGMH) is committed to the development and preservation of world-class collections of minerals, rocks, ores, meteorites and gems for research, education, and public display. We strive to meet the needs of students and faculty at Harvard University as well the geological community and public at large by serving as a uniquely rich resource of materials and information.
  • Harvard Museums of Science and Culture

    The mission of the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture (HMSC) is to foster curiosity and a spirit of discovery in visitors of all ages, enhancing public understanding of and appreciation for the natural world, science, and human cultures. HMSC works in concert with Harvard faculty, museum curators, and students, as well as with members of the extended Harvard community to provide interdisciplinary exhibitions, events and lectures, and educational programs for students, teachers, and the general public. HMSC will draw primarily upon the extensive collections of the member museums and upon the research of their faculty and curators.
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History

    The Harvard Museum of Natural History was established in 1998 as the public face of three research museums: the Museum of Comparative Zoology, the Harvard University Herbaria, and the Mineralogical & Geological Museum. Presenting these incomparable collections and the research of scientists across the University, the Harvard Museum of Natural History’s mission is to enhance public understanding and appreciation of the natural world and the human place in it, sparking curiosity and a spirit of discovery in people of all ages.
  • Fisher Museum at the Harvard Forest

    The mission of the Harvard Forest is to develop and implement interdisciplinary research and education programs investigating the ways in which physical, biological and human systems interact to change our earth. The central focus on research and education has been unchanged since the Forest's founding in 1907.
  • Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments

    The core mission of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments is to preserve, document, and care for over 20,000 instruments portraying the history of science teaching and research at Harvard from the Colonial period to the 21st century. Through its lively exhibit and teaching programs, web presence, and increasing involvement in critical media practices, the CHSI’s research activities and cultural initiatives intersect and bring together a multiplicity of academic disciplines and areas of professional museum expertise. The CHSI is both a specialized institution and an experimental space, where Harvard Faculty and students, instrument scholars and museum experts meet in the production of object-based knowledge.
  • Harvard University Herbaria

    The Harvard University Herbaria include six collections and more than five million specimens of algae, bryophytes, fungi, and vascular plants. Together they form one of the largest university herbarium collections in the world, and the third largest herbarium in the United States. With their state-of-the art research laboratories and world class libraries, the HUH have been a centerpiece of biodiversity science since the early 1800s.
  • Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

    "The Peabody Museum... - Offers exhibitions, workshops, symposia, and publications - Serves a wide public audience through youth and adult educational programs - Allows faculty and students to draw upon the collections to enrich classes and research - Is a member of the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture (HMSC) consortium."
  • Global Health Education and Learning Incubator

    The Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University inspires and supports innovative learning, teaching, and dialogue about cutting-edge, multidisciplinary global challenges.
  • HarvardX

    HarvardX collaborates with faculty to develop online courses and modules, and launch, study, and reuse them in residential teaching.