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Memorial Day Last updated May 24, 5:19 pm

The Harvard College Admissions and Financial Aid Office will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, 5/27. We will be happy to help with your questions during normal business hours on Tuesday, May 28. Have a great weekend.


Upcoming Information Sessions & Tours

The Admissions Visitor Center offers information sessions and tours lead by admissions officers and current Harvard undergraduates. View our full schedule of upcoming information sessions and tours here.

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Important Dates 

Late March:

Regular Decision admission decisions are released

May 1:

First-year enrollment deadline (no deposit required)

Late May:

Transfer admission decisions are released

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