Harvard University was founded in 1636 by John Harvard.
It was the first college in the United States.
Harvard is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Harvard's nickname is Crimson. Therefore, they are called the Harvard Crimson.
Harvard is a Division I college.
They are a member of the Ivy League.
On average, Harvard University accepts only 7.2% of all applicants yearly.
85% of students are from out of state.
Only 2% of students throughout its history have flunked out of Harvard.
Seventy-five Nobel Peace Prize winners are affiliated with Harvard.