As an organization with a global mission, the Harvard T. H. Chan School has always opened its doors to students, staff, and faculty from across the world. Our shared purpose is to improve health for all, and we remain deeply and passionately committed to that goal.

Many of you are concerned, even alarmed by what has transpired politically over the past few days.  To provide an opportunity for members of the IID community to express their concerns regarding the recent executive orders and their impact, the IID department organized a town hall-style meeting on Monday, February 6th.

On this new page you’ll find easy access to resources and information related to immigration and travel restrictions and other concerns brought up to the attention on that meeting.

 We encourage you to visit the site as resources will be updated regularly.


Kresge G2 will be reserved on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm for the rest of the semester for continued discussion and organizing. Announcements will be made if there will be a specific related activity or if it will be used as an open space for conversation. This week, we hope to both continue the conversation from Monday and arrive at concrete next steps to work on together as a community.

Resources from the HSPH Student Government Town Hall

Protests, Resistance Activities, and Resources
This spreadsheet includes activities that can be done internal and external to Harvard, organizations to connect with, and public health specific events.

Harvard Commencement Flags

Chan School Immigration and Travel Resources

Please visit the Chan webpages developed to provide easy access to resources and information related to immigration and travel restrictions in the wake of President Trump’s executive order of January 27.

Resources for Actions and Daily Phone Calls: