The following resources are particularly relevant as you move through the Environmental Science and Public Policy concentration:
Advising Programs Office - 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 Bureau of Study Counsel is a resource center for students’ academic and personal growth, encouraging the development of the "whole person" in the interrelated realms of intellectual, emotional, and interpersonal life.
Environmental Course Guide - The Environmental Course Guide, compiled by the Center for the Environment, is a list of Harvard courses most relevant to environmental studies.
FAS Registrar – The Faculty of Arts and Sciences Registrar provides resources on courses, registration, degrees, graduation, transcripts, and various other forms and records.
Harvard College Admissions – Learn more about applying to Harvard College.
Harvard College Financial Aid Office – Learn more about funding your Harvard education.
Harvard University Center for the Environment – The ESPP Concentration resides under the auspices of HUCE, which encourages research and education about the environment and its many interactions with human society.
Office of Career Services – The Office of Career Services works to educate, connect, and advise students about opportunities for summer and post-graduation. Premedical information can also be found at the Office of Career Services.
Office for International Education - The Office of International Education advises students who are planning to study abroad for academic credit during the academic year or in the summer.
Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships – The Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships serves Harvard College students as well as faculty and administrators across the university as the primary source of information about undergraduate research and prestigious scholarships at Harvard and beyond.
Student Employment Office – The Student Employment Office (SEO) works with faculty, the community, and all University departments to create term-time and summer employment opportunities for students.