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.

GSAS and Harvard offer a wealth of resources to support your academic, physical, social, and mental well-being.Read more
We are delighted that you will be joining GSAS this fall! Below are helpful tips and resources designed to help you transition to graduate student life.Read more
Living in one of our four residence halls near Harvard Yard is a convenient and affordable housing option, but there are a variety of options on-campus and off.Read more
There's plenty to do in the Cambridge/Boston area, both on and off campus, and plenty of transportation options to get you there.Read more
From the lab to the archive, from academia to public service, GSAS students and alumni are making discoveries and contributing new knowledge.Read more
Seminars, workshops, and recreational opportunities designed especially for GSAS students, to help you build professional skills and make the most of the winter break.Read more
Dudley House has served as the center of student life at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for 25 years, offering social, intellectual, and recreational activities designed to help GSAS students make connections outside of the classroom, lab, or library. From its central location in Harvard...Read more
Graduate Student Groups and Departmental Graduate Student Organizations greatly enhance the graduate student experience by providing opportunities to connect with a community of students who share common interests and goals. Whether those interests are related to culture, sports, or advocacy, these...Read more