Other Harvard Offices


Harvard Summer School (HSS)
Harvard Summer School sponsors Harvard faculty-led summer study abroad programs. Please contact the Harvard Summer School directly for more information.

Office of Career Services (OCS) 
The Office of Career Services advises current students and alumni on funding for summer experiences, and domestic and international jobs and internships.

Global Support Services (GSS)  
Global Support Services provides guidance and resources to Harvard students, faculty, and staff traveling abroad, on a variety of topics including international travel, visa, and health and safety materials.

Financial Aid Office (FAO)
The Harvard Financial Aid Office will provide support by working closely with students to understand their individual financial circumstances by providing information, resources and advice on the financial aid process.

Harvard University Health Services (HUHS)
Harvard University Health SErvices provides comprehensive health care to Harvard University students.

General Education 
The Program in General Education introduces students to subject matter and skills from across the University, and does so in ways that link the arts and sciences with the 21st century world that students will face, and the lives they will lead after college.

Office of BGLTQ Student Life (BGLTQ)
The Office of BGLTQ Student Life provides support, resources, and leadership development for bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, queer, and questioning students through fellowship, thoughtful dialogue, and the pursuit of knowledge.

Office of Student Life (OSL)
The Office of Student Life integrates the academic, residential, and co-curricular spheres of students' lives, linking the out-of-class experience to the academic mission of the College and incorporating student's intellectual, public service, and leadership interests with their future aspirations.

Harvard International Office (HIO)
The Harvard International Office provides services to current international students and scholars at Harvard, including student visas, health insurance, taxes, and housing.

Accessible Education Office (AEO)
The Harvard Accessible Education Office provides support services and accommodations to students with documented disabilities and other health issues in order to ensure maximum access to education, housing, and recreation. 

Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC)
The Bureau of Study Counsel helps students to develop their academic skills, identify their interests and motivations, work well and play well with others, tolerate discomfort and uncertainty, reckon with success and with failure, make choices that best reflect their values, and discover meaning and purpose in their work and lives.

Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (URAF)
The Undergraduate Research and Fellowships office serves Harvard College students, faculty and administrators across the university as the primary source of information about undergraduate research and prestigious scholarships at Harvard and beyond.

Advising Programming Office (APO)
The goal of academic advising at Harvard is to help students transition to college academics, prepare to declare a concentration, and delve deeply into their chosen field of study. The Advising Programming Office supports students and their advisers in forming lasting and effective mentoring relationships.

Student Receivables Office (SRO)
The Student Receivables Office is responsible for gathering term bill charges from the schools and other administrative units across the University, and for generating and collecting student term bills.