Advising Events

SEAS offers an array of opportunities throughout the year for students to familiarize themselves with the different concentration pathways and to connect with concentration advisors, faculty and upperclassmen in those areas. Additionally, SEAS-affiliated student organizations also host a variety of events throughout the year to connect interested freshmen and sophomores with advising from their peers. The list below contains all events and activities related to advising that have taken place or will take place in the 2018-19 school year. For any questions about SEAS Advising Events, please contact Christina Zaldana.

Fall 2018

Considering CS? Event Wednesday, 10/31/18 from 5:00-7:00pm

Unsure of your concentration? Hoping to pursue a different field as a secondary? Considering CS? Come listen to a panel of students in the CS department about their experiences with the concentration, joint concentration, or secondary. Hear about fun classes, good, resources, and ask any and all questions. Then, join CS students and faculty for a reception and free food. Location: Fong Auditorium & Ticknor Lounge, Boylston Hall

Sophomore Declaration Social, Thursday 11/1/18 from 5:00-6:30pm

Thinking of concentrating in Applied Math?  Come learn about the concentration at our sophomore declaration social in Ticknor Lounge, sponsored by the Harvard Applied Math Society (HAMS).  Chat with current students and AM advisors and enjoy dinner from 9 Tastes!  Location: Ticknor Lounge, Boylston Hall

AM Office Hour Event, Monday, 11/5/18 from 1:30-4:30pm

Advising office hour event  to learn more about Applied Mathematics and work on your plan of study with faculty, advisors, and current concentrators. Sweets from Flour Bakery will be served! Location: Pierce 100F

Engineering Office Hour Event, Monday, 11/5/18 from 6:00-7:30pm

Are you interested in declaring a concentration in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Science & Engineering or Mechanical Engineering? Come join our faculty, advisors and current concentrators to have all your questions answered and event complete a plan of study that same evening, Boston Market will be served! Location: Pierce 100F

Creating your Path in CS Panel and Reception, Tuesday, 11/6/18 from 3:00-4:30pm

CS concentrators have done joint concentrations, secondaries, study abroad, research, internships, and more. Wondering which path within CS is for you? Join us for a panel of current concentrators spanning diverse interests and experiences! Faculty reception to follow.  Location: MD G115 & Ground Floor Lobby


Spring 2018

SEAS Spring Course Advising Fair, Monday, 1/28/19 from 4:00-5:00pm

Open office-hour event with concentration advisors from Applied Mathematics, Computer Science and each of the Engineering tracks. This event is aimed at helping freshmen with course selection for the spring term and addressing questions for all students about the concentration requirements. Union Square donuts will be served, so don't miss out! Location: TBD