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SEAS Lightning Talks: Ideas, Research and Venturing for Impact on Wed Feb 28 from 2:30-5:30pm: The SEAS Task Force for Strategic Inclusion in Undergraduate Research is partnering with the Grid to bring you an event focusing on showcasing research from various SEAS labs, as well as presentations from various venture capitalists and start-up founders as well. This is a great opportunity for undergraduates to connect with research groups, as well as hear entrepreneurs speak firsthand on how research translates into societal products and services. For more details and to RSVP, head over to the event website here.

Integer Overflow: Harvard CS is growing and so are our course numbers! To avoid reuse of numbers for courses that change over time, 3-digit COMPSCI numbers are changing to 4-digit COMPSCI numbers for Fall 2024 onward. (1-digit and 2-digit COMPSCI numbers are unchanged.) To most 3-digit COMPSCI numbers, we have simply appended a 0, but a few courses have changed otherwise, per this mapping. For some time, it should still be possible to search https://my.harvard.edu/ by courses' old numbers.

To declare a CS concentration, please see this page. We highly recommend you read our FAQ and perhaps reach out to one of our peer concentration advisors. You should also consider joining the Harvard CS Undergraduate Piazza board.

This website contains information relevant to current Harvard College students that are studying computer science as a primary, secondary, or joint concentration, or are interested in doing so. It is maintained by the Harvard CS DUS Team.

The following websites contain more information about Harvard, Computer Science, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences: The Computer Science Area website contains information about research areas, faculty, and administration in computer science at Harvard. The Harvard admissions website contains information about applying to study at Harvard. Information for prospective undergrads interested in the School Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) can be found here.


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