Harvard Extension School is a place to explore your interests, enhance your skills, and excel. Here you’ll find the policies and expectations to help you navigate your academic experience.
Find what you need to enroll in and complete a graduate program: Enrollment Policies for Graduate Students
Find what you need to enroll in and complete an undergraduate program: Enrollment Policies for Undergraduate Students
Earning a degree at Harvard Extension means getting more than just passing grades. See what you’ll need to earn to move forward: Academic Standing Requirements for Degree Programs
See what types of exams you may have to take, as well as policies on missed exams and how to request transcripts: Exam Types and Policies
How to view your grades, what your grades mean, and policies on grade changes and premedical program grading: Grades
If you’re transferring to another school, see our policies on transferring your credits: Transfer Credits and Accreditation
Students are expected to conduct themselves responsibly, honestly, and with due respect and consideration for others while enrolled in Harvard Extension School, on Harvard University property, and in all their interactions and communications with their fellow members of the Harvard community.
Students who violate the conduct policy are adjudicated by the Administrative Board and may be subject to disciplinary action, including, but not limited to, withdrawal from a course or program or permanent suspension from Extension School.
Concerns regarding student conduct that are brought before the Administration Board include inappropriately behaving toward or communicating with University faculty, staff, or fellow students; misrepresentations of any kind, including University affiliation as well as prior academic or professional experience; disturbing orderly academic functions and processes; violating the rules and regulations of any University department; or the unauthorized use of University facilities or equipment.
The Board also reviews the actions of students charged with altering or falsifying academic records; the unauthorized recording, sale, or purchase of lectures or other instructional materials; destroying or defacing University property; harassment; fraud; infringing on the rights of others; or the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of drugs and alcohol.
Harvard Extension School expects students to understand and maintain high standards of academic integrity.
Research projects in which students, staff, faculty or other members of our community are invited to participate as subjects, whether for survey or other types of scholarly research, must be approved in advance by Academic Services and in most cases, the Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research.
Please note that because students are expected to show good judgment at all times, not every kind of misconduct or behavioral expectation is listed in this section.
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