Resources

Harvard has a wealth of resources available to our students, from physical and mental health services to career counseling to student life.   Click through the links below to find what you need.  Don't hesiate to contact the SEAS Office of Academic Programs if you need help.

Key:

  • FAS = Faculty of Arts and Sciences, which includes:
  • GSAS = Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Master's and Ph.D. students)
  • College = Harvard College (undergraduate students)

 

Bureau of Study Counsel (provides academic support, including counseling and peer tutoring for all College and GSAS students)

Computing @ SEAS

FAS Office for Sexual and Gender–Based Dispute Resolution

FAS Registrar (for all information, deadlines, and forms related to registration, inlcuding add/drop, cross-registration, and graduation)

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS)  (information for Ph.D., S.M., M.E., and A.B./S.M. students)

GSAS G3+ PhD Professional Development Fund [click here for SEAS-specific information]

Beginning with the class entering Fall 2015, all GSAS PhD students in the third year or beyond are eligible to apply for professional development funding of up to $2500 over the course of their enrollment in the PhD program.  SEAS' guidelines for use of the fund are:

  • Eligibility:
    • No restrictions beyond "G3+, and has passed the qualifying exam"
  • Examples of appropriate activities/costs:
    • Conference/Workshop travel (e.g., for which the advisor doesn’t have funds)
    • Summer schools (e.g., http://acaces.hipeac.net/2017/)
    • Professional organization (e.g. ACM/IEEE/APS) membership fees
    • Short courses that require fees (e.g. “Tufte” courses, language courses, grant writing courses)
    • Coaching on professional topics/skills (see below)
  • Examples of appropriate content for the activity:
    • The student’s research area (broadly defined) or a related field
    • Professional skills (e.g., grant and paper writing, presentation or language skills, etc.)
  • Not appropriate:
    • Hardware purchases, other than computers (e.g., not lab equipment)
    • Books and computers (not allowed by GSAS and donor stipulations)
    • Social events

Harvard College (undergraduates)

Harvard University services:

Harvard International Office [HIO] (for all international students)

Office of Career Services (for all College and GSAS students)

Student Mental Health Services (for all students)

Student Financial Services (for all students; information about student billing and accounts)