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Personal Planner and Schedule of Selected Events:Opening Days 2014OPENING DAYS CHECKLISTRequired Attend Entryway Meetings on Monday, 8/25, Tuesday, 8/26 andWednesday, 8/27 Attend Welcome to the Community session and participate inConversations with Faculty on the Liberal Arts on Tuesday, 8/26 Join your Academic Adviser for lunch on Wednesday, 8/27 Learn about the liberal arts and the curriculum at LiberalEducation: A User’s Guide on Wednesday, 8/27 Attend Speak About It on Thursday, 8/28 Get a physical examination (for intercollegiate athletes) on Friday,8/29 Participate in Community Conversations on Friday, 8/29 Hear President Drew Gilpin Faust and the Deans at FreshmanConvocation and be in the photo of the Class of 2018 onMonday, 9/1 Complete Online Registration by Tuesday, 9/2 at 11:59 pm Participate in Extended Orientation (check with your Proctor fordates and times)Recommended Check times and locations for placement tests on the PlacementExam’s website (http://placement-info.fas.harvard.edu/) andcomplete any necessary exams Apply for a Freshman Seminar by Tuesday, 8/26 Attend the faculty presentation with Diana Eck on Tuesday, 8/26 Check out Happy. Healthy. Harvard. on Tuesday, 8/26 Participate in all academic and advising events Take a Crimson Key tour Attend a Student Computing @ Harvard session Meet classmates at Crimson Key hosted social events Explore Opportunities Outside the Classroom on Wednesday,8/27 Learn about important resources, services, and student life at theOpen Houses on Wednesday, 8/27 and Friday, 8/29 Discover the excitement of academic life at Pathways into Arts& Humanities, Engineering, Sciences, the Social Sciences onThursday, 8/28 Visit the Academic Advising Fairs and the Lamont Library OpenHouse on Friday, 8/29 Relax at the outdoor screening of Legally Blonde on Friday, 8/29 Dance the night away at the First Chance Dance on Friday, 8/29 Have fun at the Intramural Kick-Off on Saturday, 8/30 Get involved with public service at the PBHA Open House onSaturday, 8/30 Watch your talented classmates at the Annual FAP Pageant onSaturday, 8/30 Experience “Love Story” on Sunday, 8/31 Participate in Dean Khurana’s Instagram Scavenger Hunt onMonday, 9/1 Introduce yourself to President Faust and Harvard alumni at theConvocation Reception on Monday, 9/1 Enjoy the Talent Show on Monday, 9/1 Attend the Activities Fair at Radcliffe Quad & the StudentOrganization Center at Hilles (SOCH) on Friday, 9/5 Check out the schedule of student organization meetings and LateNight @ Harvard event listingsfdc logoMonday 8/25Tuesday 8/26Wednesday 8/27Freshman Move-in7 am - 6 pmFreshman seminarapplications due by 12 pm.Language & MusicPlacement Tests9 am - 12 pmThursday 8/28Friday 8/29Saturday 8/30Key to Icons:RequiredRecommendedSunday 8/31Extended ay 9/1Tuesday 9/29/3Labor DayClasses begin.Register onlineby 11:59 pm atmy.harvard.edu.9:009:009:3010:00REQUIREDWelcome to theCommunity10 am - 12 pm10:30Student Life Open Houses10 am - 12 pmPathways into Arts& Humanities, Engineering, Sciences, the SocialSciences9 - 9:50 am&10 - 10:50 am11:0011:3012:00 pmREQUIREDLuncheon meeting withAcademic Advisers12:15 - 2:15 pm12:301:001:30Parent Lounge &Resources Fair1 - 3 pmFaculty Lecture:Diana Eck1 - 2 pmOfficial Welcometo Families3 - 4 pm4:004:30REQUIREDConversations w/ Facultyon the Liberal Arts3 - 4:30 pmParent Reception4 - 5 pmHappy. Healthy. Harvard.5 - 7 pm5:005:30REQUIREDLiberal Education: A User’sGuide (Group 1)Crimson & Elm Yards2:30 - 3:45 pmREQUIREDLiberal Education: A User’sGuide (Group 2)Oak & Ivy Yards4:15 - 5:30 pmOpportunities Outside theClassroom6:15 - 7:156:006:307:009:3010:0010:30Instagram Scavenger Hunt led by DeanRakesh Khurana10:30 am - 12 pmAdvising Office Hours11:30 am - 1 pm11:0011:3012:00 pm12:30 Tools for Choosing YourCourses1 - 1:45 pm2:303:30Pre-MedAdvising11:15 am12:15 pmHow To Harvard1 - 4 pm2:003:00SEASAdvisingFair 11 am12:30 pmAcademic Fairs Humanities / Languages Sciences Social Sciences10 am - 12 pm&Lamont Open House10 - 1 pmChurch Services &Harvard Chaplains’Open Houses9:30 am - 2 pmIM Field Day1 - 3 pmREQUIREDCommunity Conversations1:30 - 3 pmPetting Zoo andMore:Hosted by Crimson KeySociety1 - 3 pm1:001:302:00 Studying in College2 - 2:45 pm Writing at Harvard3 - 3:45 pm2:30Resources/ServicesOpen Houses3 - 5 pm3:00PBHA Open House3 - 6 pm3:30REQUIREDConvocation &Class Photo3 - 4:30 pmMaking Sense of YourMath Placement Score4 - 4:30 pmConvocationReception4:30 - 5:30 pmShould I take Math 19, 20,21, 23, 25, 55, or AM 21?4:30 - 6 pm4:00Welcome Socialfor First GenerationCollege Students4 - 5 pm5:00Welcome BackCamp Harvard Event:Hosted by CollegeEvents Board & Officeof Student Life5 - 8 pmREQUIREDSpeak About It(Group 1)6 pm4:305:306:006:307:00FAP Pageant7:307:30(1st Show)7 - 8 pm8:008:00REQUIREDEntryway Meeting and Social with Proctor and PAFs8 - 11 pmREQUIREDEntryway Meeting8 - 10 pmREQUIREDEntryway Meeting withProctor and PAFs8 - 10 pmREQUIREDSpeak About It(Group 2)8 pmLove StoryOutdoor CinemaLegally Blonde8 - 10pm(1st Show)8 - 10 pmFreshmanTalent Show8 - 11 pm8:308:309:009:00Social Events &SOCH Open House9 pm9:30Dorm Social10 pm10:0010:3011:00FAP Pageant9 - 10 pm10:00Team Trivia Night10 pm - 12 amLove StoryFirst Chance Dance10 pm - 1 am8/268/278/288/2910:30(2nd Show)11:0010 pm - 12 am11:308/259:30(2nd Show)8/308/3111:309/19/2

Table of ContentsIMPORTANT NOTESRegistration and Course EnrollmentAccessible Education Office (AEO)Placement TestsFreshman AdvisingThrough the GatesExtended OrientationInternational StudentsAdvanced Standing333445556DAILY LISTINGSMonday, August 25Tuesday, August 26Wednesday, August 27Thursday, August 28Friday, August 29Saturday, August 30Sunday, August 31Monday, September 1Tuesday, September 2Wednesday, September 3Thursday, September 4Friday, September 5Saturday, September 6Sunday, September 7Monday, September 8Tuesday, September 9Wednesday, September 10778111620272831333334343536373737RESOURCES AND INFORMATIONAnnenberg Dining Hall HoursLibrary Orientation and ToursThe Crimson Key SocietyUniversity Guided ToursInformation CenterMuseumsThe Harvard COOPSwim TestHarvard Chaplains38383838383839393939MUSICAL ENSEMBLESThe Holden ChoirsThe Harvard University Choir (UChoir)Kuumba SingersThe Harvard BandsThe Bach Society OrchestraHarvard-Radcliffe OrchestraThe Harvard Baroque Chamber OrchestraThe Mozart Society OrchestraThe Harvard Pops Orchestra41414243434444444445SPECIAL THANKS45

INTRODUCTION AND WELCOMEGreetings to the Members of the Class of 2018:Key to lcome! We believe your time at Harvard should beintellectually, socially, and personally transformative and wehope the start of your experience will be marked by a senseof belonging and inspiration. This orientation period, knownas “Opening Days,” is intended to prepare you for life as aHarvard student.Through Opening Days, you should: RecommendedGet to know your academic, residential, and peer advisers;Understand the purpose of a liberal arts education;Develop a list of academic areas to explore;Understand what is expected of you as a member of thecommunity;Gain familiarity with the opportunities for learningoutside the classroom, including extracurriculars;Start to feel at home personally and socially;Reflect on the opportunities and obligations that comewith living in a diverse community;Consider how to make good choices about your health,safety, and well-being.Learn your way around campus; and,Discover an appreciation for the values, traditions, andhistory of Harvard.We urge you to read this entire booklet and to carry it withyou during this orientation period. We call your particularattention to the events listed in the Calendar ofOpening Days that are marked by a “required” icon.These events are REQUIRED of all you. The eventsmarked with an “academic” icon are related to academicplanning. The social events, indicated by a separate icon,are brought to you by the student organizations and variousCollege offices, and are intended to be purely fun and helpyou to meet more people.The Calendar is also available online on the FDO website(www.fdo.fas.harvard.edu).In the past, some members of the entering Class haveexpressed surprise that the “regular year” does not get off toa faster start. Our response is that we want you to have goodinformation before you begin attending classes, and wantyour final course selections – indicated on your Study Card– to be made wisely and to set you up for an exciting term.There are all sorts of people eager to help you. Please don’thold back. And remember that the students who report thegreatest satisfaction with their undergraduate experience talkabout the balance of their commitments and a feeling ofbeing “connected.” These take time to develop. Be patient,and have fun with the exploration that commences withOpening Days.Any general inquiries about orientation should be directed tothe Freshman Dean’s Office, 6 Prescott St,fdo@fas.harvard.edu, (617) 495-1574. We are open from9 am - 5 pm on weekdays; you may also visit our website atwww.fdo.fas.harvard.edu.We look forward to getting to know you!Sincerely,IMPORTANT NOTESRegistration and Course EnrollmentRegistration at Harvard does not mean signing up forcourses. Rather, you “sign in” with the College online,making sure that all of your personal information anddata are accurate in your records. You may register atany time beginning on Monday, August 25 at 9 am.The registration website is available under the “CampusResources” tab of the my.harvard.edu portal. Yourregistration must be submitted no later than 11:59 pm onTuesday, September 2.All students must register online from within the Harvardnetwork. During the registration process, you will need toverify your name and your physical presence on campus.Additionally, you will be provided with informationaldocuments such as Harvard College’s Alcohol and DrugPolicy, Substance Abuse Laws, and Voter Registrationinformation, and asked to certify that you have reviewedthem. Finally, you will be required to review and updateyour directory information. The actual registrationprocess can be accomplished in a few minutes, but werecommend that you leave more time to thoroughly readthrough the documents provided. You may also printthem out.After you have discussed your interests and placementrecommendations with your freshman adviser andresearched courses through exploring concentrations, youwill formally enroll in your courses by submitting a StudyCard. A Study Card is a document that lists the coursesyou will be taking during a given semester. Your StudyCard is generated using the Course Selection Tool underthe “Courses” tab of the my.harvard.edu portal. YourStudy Card must be printed and signed by your adviseras well as by the instructor of any seminar or limitedenrollment course you might take. Study Cards must besubmitted in the Faculty Room in University Hall onTuesday, September 9 between9 am and 5 pm.Accessible Education Office (AEO)The Accessible Education Office (AEO) serves as thecentral campus resource for Harvard College studentswith documented medical, mental health, ADHD, andlearning disabilities. If you have been diagnosed witha disability and have not yet registered with AEO, it isimportant to contact them as soon as possible. The AEOis a confidential office, and you are encouraged to bein contac

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University Class of 2018 LEGEND Harvard Buildings Emergency Phones Harvard University Police Department Designated Pathways Harvard Shuttle Bus Stops l e s R i v e r a C h r YOKE ST YMOR E DRIVE BEACON STREET OXFORD ST VENUE CAMBRIDGE STREET KIRKLAND STREET AUBURN STREET VE MEMORIAL

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