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Greetings from the Associate Dean for Student Services

The mission of the Office of Student Services is to support all activities related to students’ admission, registration, progress to degree, and financial support at the Harvard School of Public Health. Our organization strives to provide students and faculty with the academic and financial services they need to pursue their study of, and research on, the world’s pressing problems in public health.

The Office of Admissions brings the offerings of the school to prospective students providing them with the information and guidance on the courses of study available. The office works with the faculty to help determine which students will meet the exceptionally high standards of the school.

The Office of Student Financial Services works with students in identifying sources of financial support and assists students in resolving issues related to term billing.

The Office of the Registrar keeps the record of students’ academic work at the school. The staff of this office will work with students in identifying the requirements of degree programs and in monitoring their progress towards their intended degree.

The Career Services Office provides a full range of services for students, post-docs and alumni/ae.  The office assists students in job searches and provides the tools and guidence to help students in the career planning.

The Office for Student Affairs works to enrich the student experience at the Harvard School of Public Health through a wide range of educational, cultural, and social programing.  The office also works to support students who are experiencing difficulties and to ensure the general well being of the student body.

On behalf of the staff of the Office of Student Services, I welcome you to the School, to our websites, and to our offices should you choose to visit us in room G-10 of Kresge. I welcome any and all comments and suggestions about how we can more effectively support your work. We all look forward to meeting you and assisting you as you advance in your academic and professional goals.

Stan Hudson