GSAS offers so much more than top-notch academics: gorgeous architecture, a lively urban campus, amazing museums, world-class libraries, and a dynamic community. Our students also take advantage of all that Boston and Cambridge have to offer.Read more
The GSAS Student Handbook describes the policies and procedures that apply to students enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. It also contains important information and forms related to admissions, registration, academic programs, degree requirements, standards of conduct,...Read more
Our goal is to make graduate study affordable to all qualified candidates. Whether you are a PhD student or studying for a master’s degree, the dedicated staff of the Office of Financial Aid can help you develop a plan that enables you to secure the resources necessary to pursue your graduate...Read more
The GSAS Bulletin profiles PhD and master’s students and reports on GSAS news and events.Read more
GSAS Research Workshops provide graduate students in the humanities and social sciences with guidance for conceiving and writing scholarly articles, thesis prospectuses, and dissertations. Often cross-disciplinary, the workshops also offer faculty an opportunity to share drafts of their scholarly work.Read more
GSAS and Harvard offer a wealth of resources to support your academic, physical, social, and mental well-being.Read more
Starting in the 2017-2018 academic year, GSAS will welcome two student diversity fellows. Any GSAS student who is currently a G-2 or above, in good standing, and registered in the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for the 2017-2018 academic year is eligible to apply for this new position...Read more
Located in the North Yard, the GSAS residence halls are Harvard’s most convenient and affordable graduate housing option. The halls are a brief walk to libraries, laboratories, and classrooms on the Cambridge campus and to Harvard Square.Read more
Harvard Univeristy Housing can connect students with apartments near campus that participate in the Graduate Commons Program. Students may also consider the off-campus housing market.Read more