Mobile Web Application
You can reach the Harvard University mobile web application by going to http://m.harvard.edu on your web browser on any internet-enabled mobile device. The mobile web application includes all the features listed at right.
Native apps are available for iPhone/iPod Touch (iOS 4.0+) and Android phones (Android 2.2+).
|Download the iOS Application|
|Download the Android Application|
Harvard Mobile on the Tablet
Harvard Mobile is now optimized for viewing on the mobile web on tablet devices, including Android, iPad and more. Go to http://m.harvard.edu on the browser of your tablet to see the new homescreen.
Other Mobile Initiatives
Learn more about other mobile initiatives at Harvard University, including the Mobile Tour of Harvard Yard, by visiting the All Harvard Mobile page on Harvard.edu.
Watch a selection of recent videos from Harvard, including videos from the Harvard Gazette and from across the University. You can search for Harvard videos, save your favorites, and read related articles.
Keep up with live scores and news from all the Crimson teams. The Athletics features takes you right to the GoCrimson mobile website for easy access to the latest from Harvard Athletics.
Social sharing is everywhere, within and beyond Harvard. The social feature displays a selection of recent tweets and Facebook updates from Harvard, and lets you retweet, replay, or favorite messages from the app. The links at the top help you to find Harvard on these social applications.
Find contact information for staff, faculty, and students at the University. The directory feature allows you to find an individual’s office and office location on map, the ability to directly call and email, and to create a permanent contact in your phone.
Navigate around Harvard's campus by searching for classroom buildings, libraries, museums, houses, offices, and more. The map function displays the location in a 3D map view, and you can zoom in, zoom out, or scroll in any direction. You can also browse locations by type within as a list view.
Get the latest Harvard news from the Harvard Gazette, which features news about the Harvard community, arts and culture, and science and research. You can share articles using email, Facebook, or Twitter or favorite them to revisit later.
Find out what’s going on today at Harvard or coming up soon. Events from the Harvard Gazette calendar are available by category with the date and time, and location. You can click on the event's location, if available, to see it on the map. Share events via email, Twitter, or Facebook and even add them to your native device calendar.
The complete course catalog is searchable across Harvard's schools or individually within a school. You can type in a keyword or subject to access general information about the course including the course description, meeting times, location, and instructor name where provided. Access mobile-optimized course information personalized for students via PIN.
What’s for dinner, and where? Student dining includes current and upcoming menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well comprehensive nutritional information on each of these offerings. Also find out the hours for each of the dining halls and their locations.
Make your way around campus by viewing real-time maps of shuttles and routes, getting up-to-date announcements of changes in service, and viewing bus schedules and calendars. Also available are phone listings for shuttle service, parking, and commuter offices.
Check out books and more by searching all the records in all of Harvard's libraries. Find where a book is located and its availability right now. Refine your search by author, title, or subject. Find locations and hours of Harvard libraries and archives, and see how to get there by viewing the location on the map.
Search offers a quick and powerful way to search across content from most or all of the features above. Search results will be presented grouped by type, and recent search queries will be saved and auto-suggested for faster and easier access.
Access a mobile web version of the Harvard Admissions and Financial aid website, as well links to download native versions of the new Admissions and Financial aid app available for both iOS and Android devices.
See scenes of campus life and learning at Harvard through albums of photos. Find information about the photo, including subject, where the photo was taken, as well as the photographer.
Find key telephone numbers for emergency services across campus including: fire/medical, HUPD, Health Services, Mental Health Services, and the University Operations Center. In the event of an alert or emergency on campus, information will be posted in this area as well across the home screen of Harvard Mobile.