The SEAS campus is part of the Harvard University campus located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The main buildings are located just north
of historic Harvard Yard (beyond the Science Center) and are bounded to the east by Oxford Street. To
the west, across an oak-filled quadrangle, is the Harvard Law School.
We are situated among the buildings housing the departments of
Molecular and Cellular Biology, Systems Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Earth & Planetary Sciences,
Mathematics, and Physics.
In addition, SEAS has dedicated space (administrative offices; machining facilities; and future student spaces) in the Northwest
Science Building, which houses some 520,000 square feet of "flexible" laboratories, classrooms,
How to Get to SEAS
- Map of the SEAS Campus (PDF)
Map of the Harvard Subway Stop to SEAS (JPG)
- Complete information and maps of the entire Harvard main campus (and related campuses)
- Take the MBTA subway Red Line towards Alewife.
- Get out at the
Harvard Square stop. After exiting the subway station, you will be just
outside Harvard Yard near the Johnston Gate.
- Enter Harvard Yard through Johnston Gate, bearing left (shown on the map). Walk through the quad towards the Science Center and then follow the path shown on the campus map to the SEAS buildings.
- From either Soldier's Field Road or Memorial Drive, take J.F. Kennedy Street through Harvard Square.
- Cross Mt. Auburn Street.
- At the next light, bear (slightly) right. This is Massachusetts Avenue and the Out of Town newsstand will be on your right.
- Stay in the right lane and then bear right onto Cambridge Street (you will go under a bridge).
- Take your first left onto Quincy Street.
- Take your first left onto Kirkland Street.
- You will see SEAS buildings on your left beginning with Gordon McKay Laboratory, then Pierce Hall, and Maxwell Dworkin.