- Private Institution Type
At Harvard Summer School you'll find more than 300 open-enrollment courses, offered in either a seven-week session or a three-week session.
List of Subjects:
The manager of accessibility services works with you, your instructor(s), and staff on an individualized, case-by-case basis to provide appropriate services to ensure you have a rich and rewarding academic and campus experience.
Living on campus is an enriching part of the Harvard Summer School experience. Visiting college students and adult students, as well as students in the Secondary School Program, have the option to live on campus in Cambridge. The Pre-College Program is a fully residential program.
To help you with your summer studies, you may make use of the University’s multimillion-volume system of Harvard libraries, including the electronic resources.
The accessibility services office offers a variety of accommodations and services to students with documented disabilities, permanent and temporary injuries, and chronic conditions. If you are a student with a disability, we engage you in an interactive process to provide you an equal opportunity to participate in, contribute to, and benefit from our academic and residential programs.
The Harvard campus during the summer is an energetic, enriching environment. Whether you choose to live on campus, commute to class, or take advantage of digital resources as an online student, we have a range of resources for you.
Harvard Summer School offers a rich array of free films, concerts, dances, social gatherings, lectures, and athletic events. In addition to campus activities, the Boston area is filled with many opportunities for enjoyment.
As a student you can enjoy:
Harvard Summer School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Courses are approved each year by Harvards Faculty of Arts and Sciences.