If you live on campus, you can now reserve study spaces in select locations.
This pilot program is part of the FAS plan to gradually expand access to campus services for students in residence, following several weeks of carefully monitoring safety compliance and COVID-19 test results.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Anti-Racism: Learning, Healing, and Taking Action
We offer the following resources for all DSO staff or Harvard College community members who want to educate themselves about this complex and painful reality and how you can take action. These resources are sourced from Harvard College students, student organizations, DSO staff, and offices within the DSO.
Take Action: Fighting Anti-Blackness
The Harvard College Women's Center has a list of resources dedicated to fighting anti-Black racism. There is also a Google form for you to submit additional resources that the Women's Center will then post to their website for all community members to access.
Gober Family Uncommon Fare Dinner Series
The Uncommon Fare program is designed to give first-year students a chance to meet outstanding members of the Harvard community, to meet one another, and to see what is truly special about the College.