After completing these courses, we encourage you to talk with your parents or guardians about these online courses. We hope you will discuss how you plan to handle situations involving alcohol while at Harvard and how you will contribute to supporting a campus culture that is free from sexual and gender-based harassment.
We will follow-up with those who do not fulfill this requirement, and a notification of non-compliance will be issued and placed in your student file.
Thank you in advance for your participation. Should you have questions or concerns about these issues once you arrive on campus, please do not hesitate to contact your proctor, your resident dean, AODS, or your Title IX Coordinator.
Tom Dingman Dean of Freshmen Harvard College
Garret Fitzgerald Director, Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Services Harvard University Health Services
Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery, 8th and F Streets NW, Washington, DC
Harvard University and the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School, in collaboration with the Smithsonian American Art Museum, invite you to welcome Lawrence S. Bacow, 29th President of Harvard University, and to celebrate the public service of Harvard students and alumni in Washington, DC.
You may tour the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery until 7:00 pm, then enjoy drinks and appetizers in the Great Hall. A brief speaking program will begin shortly after 7:00 pm.
All students are automatically enrolled in and charged for the Student Health Insurance Program. However, this can be waived if another form of insurance offers the same or comparable coverage. Waivers must be renewed every academic year.
Verification of eligibility takes at least two weeks; registration prior to attending Harvard is imperative. This is only required for freshmen who will be competing on varsity or junior varsity teams.