FAQ

 

Who is eligible to attend?

This event is geared toward undergraduate and graduate students across the Harvard community who are interested in climate change. As such, a University ID will be required for admission at the event. Registration will open for Harvard students in March, and will expand to students from other area universities (Boston University, MIT, Northeastern, Tufts, etc.) in April.

Are there ID requirements to enter the event?

Yes. This is a conference for students, and a student ID from a Boston area university or college will be required to enter the event. This conference is not open to the general public.

What does the convention cost?

This conference is free to attend. A ticket is required to attend, and tickets can be obtained free of charge on the conference's Eventbrite page.

How should I dress?

There is no required dress code for this event. Students will have the opportunity to engage with leaders in climate change action from various industries, so business casual or smart casual is suggested.

Who can I talk to about accessibility?

The Student Climate Change Conference welcomes individuals with disabilities to participate. If you would like to request accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Sarah Ferguson at sarah_cunningham@hsph.harvard.edu in advance of your participation or visit. Requests for Sign Language interpreters and/or CART providers should be made at least two weeks in advance, if possible. Please note that we will work in coordination with Harvard University to make every effort to secure services, but that services are subject to availability.

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