Please contact the DUS team at email@example.com if you have any questions about declaring a CS concentration, study abroad, taking CS 91r, or other questions.
Dr. Adam Hesterberg, Assistant Director of Undergrad Students (ADUS), firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Adam if you have questions about the CS concentration, CS opportunities, and CS community events
Beth Musser, Undergraduate Program Coordinator (UPC), email@example.com, (617) 496-0789
Please contact Beth regarding routine CS questions, CS advising programming, and other aspects of the undergraduate computer science experience. If you don’t know who to contact, Beth can help Harvard undergraduates to find the right person.
Amber Meyers, Program Manager for Student Industry Experience - Computer Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amber offers programming to help you explore and navigate experiential learning and careers in Computer Science.
Abby Rahn, Program Administer in the Office of Academic Programs, email@example.com
Abby can help you with questions regarding the SM side of the SEAS AB/SM program. Please refer to the AB/SM page for application information and FAQs, and keep in mind that you may be referred to the Office of Undergraduate Education, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Registrar’s Office, and/or your Allston Burr Resident Dean for questions regarding non-SEAS policies.
Boaz, Steve, and Adam all hold DUS office hours, some of which are drop in (i.e., no need for an appointment, just show up) and others you can schedule. The following is a list of all the DUS office hours in the next two weeks.
The Computer Science Area website contains information about research areas, faculty, and administration in computer science at Harvard.
Questions about undergraduate admissions should be directed to the Harvard College Admissions Office. Information for prospective undergrads interested in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) can be found here.
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