Family Resources

The site helps parents identify babysitters, nannies, child care centers, family day care, camps, tutors, and special needs providers.
With the help of Harvard Neighbors, student-parents can access resources to help with childcare, education, and more.
Spouses and the unmarried children under 21 of Harvard students or scholars are eligible for dependent visa status.
The Harvard GSAS Student-Parents Organization is a GSAS student group that works to enrich the lives of parents in GSAS.
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 Student Spouses and Partners Association (HSSPA) is a volunteer-run organization open to spouses and partners of Harvard community members to find intellectual stimulation and a sense of belonging within the university.
Harvard University Health Services is a multi-specialty medical practice exclusively for members of the Harvard community.
GSAS students may enroll eligible dependents (married spouse and dependent children) when covered by both the Student Health Fee and the Student Health Insurance Plan.
Harvard maintains more than 20 lactation rooms throughout campus to support nursing parents.
As the director of student services, Danielle Farrell is the go-to person for GSAS students...
GSAS offers students enrolled in PhD programs parental accommodation and financial support following a childbirth or adoption event.
This page offers parents insight to children's perception of the impact of COVID-19, as well as recommendations for communicating messages to and supporting their children.