Attend the June information session

What would you like to learn in 2012-13?

Join us at the Harvard Extension School Information Session on Wednesday, June 13, to explore your options and see what’s new for the coming year. Whether you are interested in taking a course or pursuing a professional certificate or degree, you will have an opportunity to speak with faculty, staff, and current students about the benefits of being a Harvard Extension School student.

Past attendees have found that this event is both inspiring and informative. Said one prospective student, “Attending the information session at Harvard was incredible. I was uncertain about attending Harvard Extension before I came on campus, but my visit with faculty, students, and staff convinced me that this is the right program for me.”

Event details:

6–7 pm: general presentation about Harvard Extension School in Sanders Theatre (within Memorial Hall). Be sure to arrive early as seating is limited. One lucky attendee at the general presentation will even walk away with a free* course for the fall 2012 or spring 2013 term.

7-8 pm: informational fair in Annenberg Hall (within Memorial Hall). You’ll have the chance to speak one-on-one with program directors, staff, and faculty and get your questions answered.

For students specifically interested in the Master of Liberal Arts Degree Program in 19 fields, a special presentation will be held in Sanders Theatre at 7:15 pm in lieu of the informational fair in Annenberg.

Sign up now to attend!

Can’t make it to campus on June 13? Dates for additional undergraduate and graduate degree-specific sessions will be posted to our website as they become available.

*The free course winner winner must be present to receive the certificate. Current degree candidates are not eligible.

May 9, 2012. Announcements, Degree programs, Events. 2 comments.

The Killing Fields film screening and journalism ethics talk tonight

Members of the public and the Harvard community are invited to attend a free film screening of the Killing Fields, tonight, March 28, at 7:30 pm in room 105 of Emerson Hall. The film portrays the story of New York Times reporter Sydney Schanberg and the late Cambodian photojournalist, Dith Pran, who covered the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge in his homeland during the 1970s.


March 28, 2012. Announcements, Events. 1 comment.