The Sociology Department has many advising resources available for concentrators and those considering a Sociology concentration or a secondary field in Sociology. The Department is located on the 6th floor of William James Hall. The main office (WJH 674) is open M-TH 8:30 - 4pm and F 8:30 - 1pm.
Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
Dr. Meyer is always happy to meet with you. Contact her for:
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Please contact Professor Viterna if you are beginning the process of writing a senior thesis and in particular for:
Undergraduate Advising & Program Administrator
Laura is available during office hours and will assist with:
Also available for advising are our Concentration Advisers--Sociology PhD students assigned to the Houses as either a resident or non-resident tutor, who are available to talk with sophomores, juniors, and seniors about the concentration, and who may have an advising conversation and release electronic advising hold on course enrollment. If you'd like to learn more about the discipline, hear about research in the department, or have questions about Sociology courses, just email your Concentration Adviser to schedule an appointment.
- Cabot, Currier, and Pforzheimer: Katherine Morris
- Eliot*, Kirkland, and Winthrop: Siobhan Greatorex-Voith
- Lowell* and Quincy: Cassie Robertson
- Leverett*, Adams, and Dudley: Katie Derzon
- Mather and Dunster: Mazen Elfakhani
Peer Advising Fellows
PAFs are trained sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who serve as peer advisers for freshmen.
Bureau of Study Council
The Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC) supports students in their efforts to learn and develop at Harvard. The BSC's services help you to approach your intellectual work with skill, strategy, and spirit; to make difficult choices about your time and your priorities; to conduct yourself with integrity and honor; to develop a sense of voice and authority in your scholarship, relationships, and leadership; to work well and play well with others; to discover what leaves you feeling enlivened and engaged; and to make meaning of your work and your life. Among the Bureau's many services are individual counseling for academic and personal development, workshop and discussion groups, peer tutoring, consultation to student organizations, and a course in reading and study strategies.