Departments & Services

Harvard Ombuds Office:
The Harvard Ombuds Office is an independent, neutral and confidential place for visitors to discuss their academic and workplace issues and concerns.

Harvard Box Office and Ticket Information:
Conveniently located on the first floor of the Smith Campus Center, providing a full range of event planning services including ticketing and event promotion tools for Harvard events. View additional ticketing information for non-Harvard Box Office ticketed on their website.

Campus Service Center:
A central location where the Harvard community can receive assistance with Parking, Harvard University Housing, Harvard I.D. Cards,  and Crimson Cash. 

Parking Services – Provides safe, reliable parking options, as well as related motorist assistance to the University community.

CommuterChoice – Sustainable commuting options for Harvard affiliates who work in Cambridge and Allston.

I.D. Card Services – Provides Harvard affiliates with the ability to visibly identify themselves when on campus and add functions to cards for authorized services.

Harvard University Housing – Offers a broad range of housing and real estate services to the University’s graduate students, faculty, and employees.

Faculty Real Estate Services – A division of Harvard University Housing, provides a broad range of housing services to both current faculty members and to those being recruited by the University.

Crimson Cash – Add value to this declining balance convenience account accessed through your Harvard I.D.

Security Services
Dedicated on-site security staff are on hand 24-7 to assist the Harvard community and visitors. To report an issue please visit the Security Desk on the first floor of the building or contact the Security Operations Center at 617-495-0808.

The Center for Wellness and Health Promotion
Offers a wide range of workshops, services, and classes to all Harvard community members.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences
The largest division of Harvard University, is dedicated to being at the forefront of teaching and learning and fostering cutting edge research and discovery:

Accessible Education Office- Serves students with disabilities in Harvard College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to ensure equity, inclusion, and access in all areas of student life.

Advising Programs Office- Provides resources and support for academic advising for all undergraduate students.

Program in General Education- Lies at the heart of the intellectually transformative mission of Harvard College and seeks to prepare students for lives of civic and ethical engagement in a changing world.

Registrar- Serves faculty, students, staff, and alumni by overseeing the course registration process, tracking student progress and status, publishing the course catalogue, scheduling classrooms, managing final exams, billing tuition and fees, and maintaining student records.

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Administrative Offices
Administrative offices for the largest of the twelve graduate schools of Harvard University

Harvard Visitor Center
Located in the Moise Y. Safra Welcome Pavilion in the Smith Campus Center, the Harvard University Visitor Center serves as the front door to the University, where Harvard students greet visitors from all over the world, answer questions, and provide the student-led Official Historical Tour of Harvard. For more information about visiting Harvard and Harvard's Official Historical Tour, go to https://www.harvard.edu/on-campus/visit-harvard

Harvard University Information Technology Administration
Administrative offices supporting Harvard University Information Technology.

Harvard International Office
Supporting international students and scholars across the University including research centers and affiliated teaching hospitals.

Student Financial Services
Comprised of the Student Accounts Office, the Student Loan Office, and the University Financial Aid Liaison Office.