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SEAS Tours (Undergraduate only)

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

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

Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions specifically about ways to explore SEAS.

Take a student-led supplemental 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 tour, led by SEAS staff and students concentrating in the sciences and engineering, provides an overview of pursuing a technical degree in a liberal arts context, undergraduate research opportunities, related student groups and competitions, and support for entrepreneurship and innovation.

The SEAS 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 and tour.

Please note that registration is required for both the SEAS Tour and Harvard College Information Session & Tour so be sure to register as soon as you have a visit date in mind.

What dates will SEAS Tours be offered?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

How do I register for a SEAS Tour?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

Where do the SEAS Tours depart from?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

Where should I park for a SEAS Tour?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

Can I bring additional guests that were not registered?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

What other options are available if I can not make a SEAS Tour?

Harvard is taking steps to minimize the need to gather in large groups and spend prolonged time in close proximity with each other. Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately, all public and private tours of Harvard University, including the SEAS tour, will be discontinued until further notice. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.

We have an online tour available for anyone who would like to explore Harvard from home. Please reach out to visitinfo@seas.harvard.edu with any questions.

For more questions about SEAS undergraduate programs and visits:

Email:  VisitInfo@seas.harvard.edu