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If you live on campus, you must participate in the meal plan. The housing fee includes a meal plan that allows you to enjoy menus that reflect the international character of the Summer School.
Secondary School and Pre-College Program students: You will dine only in Annenberg Hall (also known as "The Berg").
General Program students: You will dine only in Cabot and Pforzheimer dining halls.
Meals are served three times a day, seven days a week during your program session, beginning with dinner on Saturday, June 17, and ending with dinner on Friday, August 4. For students living on campus in three-week session I only, the last meal is dinner on Thursday, July 6. For students living on campus in three-week session II, the first meal is dinner on Sunday, July 9 and the last meal is dinner on Thursday, July 27. For more information, see Harvard University Dining Services.
If you are a student in the Pre-College Program, the first meal is dinner the day you check in to your residence hall, and the last meal is dinner the day you check out of your residence hall. See the Pre-College Program calendar for residence hall check-in and check-out dates and times.
If you do not live in Summer School housing, you may purchase a meal plan. See Living Off Campus for rates.
Monday to Saturday:
- Full breakfast: 7:30 to 10 am
- Lunch: 11:15 am to 2:15 pm
- Dinner: 4:30 to 7:15 pm
- Continental breakfast: 7:30 to 10 am
- Brunch: 11:15 am to 2:15 pm
- Dinner: 4:30 to 7:15 pm
Harvard University Dining Services is committed to helping you with your dietary needs. Whether you have religious restrictions, vegan/vegetarian diet, or simply need assistance with your food selections, your dining hall manager can provide the resources to help you make delicious choices, safely, and easily.
In collaboration with the Harvard Islamic Society and Harvard University Dining Services, Harvard Summer School will be providing Ramadan programming for any interested students. The programming will include breakfasts, nightly meals, and space for religious observance. Additional details regarding meals will be sent to all students prior to the start of Ramadan, but please rest assured that all of your dining needs will be met.
If you have any questions, please contact Shirley Greene, Associate Dean of Students, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOOD ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES
If you have a dietary restriction, such as a food allergy or intolerance that requires an accommodation, please contact the Accessibility Services Office (ASO) at (617) 998-9640 or email email@example.com.
For more information about the accommodation process, please visit Accessibility Services.