By registering for a course at the Extension School, you become eligible for many Harvard benefits and resources.
Computer and Research Tools
The computer facilities at 53 Church Street allow you to utilize hundreds of the latest programs and tools to get projects—large and small—done on time. See Computer and E-mail Services for more information.
The Writing Center is a great place to get assistance with your coursework, find answers to grammar questions, work on structuring an essay, and get feedback on a thesis.
Also, check out the Math Question Center online and in Sever Hall, available to students in a range of math classes.
If you need to request an academic accommodation, refer to Accessibility Services.
Harvard Extension Ready
Has it been a few years since you were in a classroom? Harvard Extension Ready is a series of free online lessons on core writing skills. In this free prep tool, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Refresh your writing skills
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office (DSO) offers holistic support to students throughout their time at the Harvard Extension School. This includes providing programming designed to promote academic achievement, self-development, and overall socio-emotional wellbeing. To address COVID-19 concerns, DOS has created resources on various topics, such as Managing Your Finances and Balancing Family, School, and Work.
Each term, books are for sale at the Harvard Coop in Harvard Square, (617) 499-2000. Some instructors list course materials on course syllabi or websites.
Career services can help you strengthen your networking skills, improve your résumé and more.
Visiting Campus, Parking, and Transportation
We offer some tips for visiting campus and finding housing if you are coming to campus for a short course or you plan to move to Boston to attend the Extension School.
Also learn more about transportation and parking.
We invite you to join our on-campus events and activities.
You can also take advantage of the many Harvard Chaplains on campus, representing 26 religions.
If you want to learn outside the classroom and in a social setting, attend lectures and events sponsored by the Harvard Extension Alumni Association, the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement, and the Harvard Extension Student Association. From green marketing to Faustian irony and Shakespeare, these events and lectures are sure to enrich your learning experience and your life.
For other events around campus, see the Hub and the Harvard Gazette’s event calendar.