As members of the Harvard community, we have a collective responsibility to keep one another safe and healthy. All GSAS affiliates are expected to follow University and FAS guidance, including meeting the vaccine booster requirement, testing if necessary or required, and wearing FAS-approved masks, when required. Unless we work together to uphold these responsibilities, we put ourselves and one another at risk. Please note that repeated noncompliance with these expectations may lead to restriction of access to classrooms and buildings, notification to graduate program administration, or referral to the GSAS Administrative Board for disciplinary action.

As of April 26, 2022, non-residential students no longer need to follow a testing cadence but may continue to test if they wish. Residential students should follow their assigned testing cadence until May 10, 2022, after which they may choose to continue testing. If you have questions related to the testing requirement, please email GSASTestingCompliance@fas.harvard.edu.

 

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