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  1. Eliot House is one of twelve residential houses for upperclassmen at Harvard University and one of the seven original houses at the College. Opened in 1931, the house was named after Charles William Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years (1869–1909).

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Eliot_HouseEliot House - Wikipedia

    Eliot House is one of twelve undergraduate residential Houses at Harvard University. It is one of the seven original houses at the college. Opened in 1931, the house was named after Charles William Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years (1869–1909).

  3. Eliot House is one of the 12 residential colleges at Harvard, named after Charles Eliot, the president who introduced the elective system. Learn about its history, architecture, traditions, and faculty deans.

  4. college.harvard.edu › about › campusEliot House | Harvard

    Eliot House is one of the twelve residential houses for upperclassmen on Harvards campus. Named after Charles William Eliot, Harvard University President from 1896-1909, Eliot house first opened its doors to students in 1931.

  5. 30 de may. de 2024 · Eliot House, known for its iconic belltower and southwest gate that opens to the Charles River, will be the next undergraduate residence to undergo significant renovations as part of Harvard’s long-term House Renewal project.

  6. Eliot House has a rich history of traditions, elegant formals and house events that make it one of the most closely-knit communities in Harvard. Floreat Domus de Eliot - May Eliot House Flourish!

  7. Eliot House was one of the Harvard's original seven River Houses, undergraduate dormitories modeled on the English residential colleges at Oxford and Cambridge. Eliot House sits on the site formerly occupied by the Boston Elevated power house.