The Harvard College Handbook for Students contains a concise review of the rules and procedures of Harvard College with which students are expected to be familiar. Included are the specific requirements for the AB and SB degrees and both basic and honors requirements for each of the fields of concentration. Also included is information on a number of the services, programs, and organizations that have been created to bring assistance and enrichment to a student's undergraduate experience. In this book, "the Registrar" refers to the Office of the Registrar of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, located on the fourth floor of the Smith Campus Center, 1350 Mass. Ave.

TheGraduate School of Arts and Sciences Handbook describes the regulations and rules that apply to students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Each degree-granting department, division, or committee publishes its own requirements in Programs in the Humanities, Programs in the Natural Sciences, or Programs in the Social Sciences. Chapter VI of the GSAS Handbook includes descriptions of departmental degree requirements. Other sections of the GSAS Handbook provide information concerning health, housing, and other University resources for graduate students.

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences Information for Faculty is intended to serve as a convenient reference for the educational policies of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). In addition to a discussion of instructors' responsibilities, matters related to course administration, and problems often encountered by students, this booklet includes a summary of teaching resources available to instructors and a detailed academic calendar.