Academic Resources

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) helps students to reach their full academic potential and access the transformative power of education in an inclusive and equitable environment.
The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning supports Harvard's teaching community.
The Disability Access Office serves as the central campus resource for GSAS students with clinically documented disabilities.
The FAS Registrar’s Office maintains academic records for students based in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, including GSAS students.
The Fellowships & Writing Center helps GSAS students to heighten the impact of their research.
Harvard Global Support Services provides tools and guidance for students, faculty, and staff that enable them to safely pursue overseas study, work, and research.
The Harvard International Office (HIO) serves the University's international students and scholars and provides information relevant to their spouses, partners, and children.
The Harvard Library is the world's largest academic library. GSAS students have direct access to its unparalleled resources.
Harvard University Information Technology's (HUIT) IT Help portal allows users to better access HUIT services.
Offered through the GSAS Student Center, Language Tables offer students the opportunity to practice language skills with peers in a warm, welcoming environment.
The Office of Academic Programs supports GSAS degree programs, the faculty who support and lead...
The Writing Oasis is organized by the Fellowships & Writing Center to provide a space for accountability, productivity, and peer support in the writing process.
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