Harvard’s Program in General Education aims to tie what students learn at the College to the lives they will lead after graduation. A hit with both students and faculty, Gen Ed has expanded to more than 400 courses in less than three years, and now includes some of the most popular classes on campus.
As winter break approaches, College officials strongly encourage students to spend time away from campus and to reconnect with friends and family. But those hungry for something to do can return on Jan. 13 for Wintersession 2012, 10 days of innovative programming for students interested in exploring a creative passion, developing a new skill, or delving into an extracurricular or career interest.
Harvard offers a wealth of resources to help seniors manage stress and get as much from their last year of college as they have from their first three.