Read the latest updates on coronavirus from Harvard University. For SEAS specific-updates, please visit SEAS & FAS Division of Science: Coronavirus FAQs

SEAS Tours (Undergraduate only)

While our campus is currently closed to visitors, you can still connect with current SEAS students, explore our campus, and learn more about SEAS through a SEAS Virtual Lab Tour.

Harvard College also offers online information sessions and also has an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home.

Please reach out to with any questions specifically about ways to explore SEAS.

Take a student-led supplemental virtual labs tour focused on Harvard’s undergraduate programs in engineering and the applied sciences (including applied mathematics, biomedical engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, engineering sciences, and mechanical engineering).

The SEAS Virtual Lab tour will not cover the Harvard College (undergraduate) admissions process.  To learn more about admissions and financial aid, please visit the office of Harvard College Admissions and Financial Aid.  You may also attend the Harvard College general information session.

What dates will SEAS Virtual Lab Tours be offered and how can I register?

Please see our available dates below and register with the corresponding link. In your confirmation email, you'll receive a link to join the event. Remember to log in a few minutes in advance of the start time. All times listed below are in Eastern Time.

Thursday, July 8th at 12pm ET:

Thursday, July 8th at 5pm ET:

Tuesday, July 13th at 12pm ET:          

Tuesday, July 13th at 5pm ET:

Thursday, July 15th at 12pm ET:

Thursday, July 15th at 5pm ET:

Tuesday, July 20th at 5pm ET:

Thursday, July 22nd at 12pm ET:

Tuesday, July 27th at 5pm ET:

Thursday, July 29th at 12pm ET:

Thursday, July 29th at 5pm ET:          

Who should I contact if I need accommodations for a SEAS Virtual Lab Tour?

We welcome participants with disabilities and are happy to make our SEAS Virtual Lab Tours accessible for you. If you require a disability-related accommodation, please contact us at

For more questions about SEAS undergraduate programs and visits: