Another weekend come and gone. Eat away your Monday sorrows with some free Yogurtland, and see below to check out what else is going on at Harvard today.
The system will allow students from across 12 Harvard schools to complete tasks ranging from submitting study cards to handling billing payments, all on one online platform.
In effort to expand online services, students can now download an unofficial version of their academic transcript to send to summer internship or graduate school programs.
The College has overhauled the system used by faculty members to report their students’ midterm progress grades. A new online portal was launched earlier this month to allow professors to submit progress reports for struggling students to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ registrar’s office at any point during the term.
For those looking to get a head start on Pre-Term Planning, which opens on June 4, the course catalog for the 2012-13 academic year is now available via the Registrar's website. Among the thousands of different courses offered in Harvard's 46 varying concentrations, a few stand out. For your reading enjoyment, we've chosen two that we find particularly interesting.
After imprecise Pre-Term Planning data led to another semester of unexpected rises and dips in course enrollment this spring, administrators are considering making changes to the tool.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences Registrar’s office has made headway on the development of a new online registration portal ...
As part of a push to make greater use of technology, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ registrar’s office is in the initial phase of creating an online portal for teachers to enter midterm grades and another web page for students to access their unofficial transcripts.
Just a reminder that some important academic deadlines are approaching. If you think you need to add or drop a class, change a course to Pass/Fail, or cross-register, check out this post for details on the deadlines.
Don't forget that the deadline for registering online for the spring semester is tonight at 11:59 p.m. After tonight, a fee of $50 will be charged. To register, go to my.harvard.edu and click on the "Campus Resources" tab. Oh, and welcome back!
Tomorrow is the last day to withdraw from courses. The deadline is at 5 p.m.
Semester grades should be trickling in starting today. If you've completed your Q Guide evaluations, go to the Student Record website and log in. If you haven't, you can go to the Secondary Field Advising Portal and click on any of the listed fields to find an updated student report.
Harvard has recently made strides to better accommodate the needs of its trans population, but activists say that the University still lacks a tolerant environment.
<!--2971871e4c1941a48f01b3211ce20bc5-->Students in over 20 classes have not yet received their grades, leaving many anxious about upcoming job and graduate school application deadlines.