Web services

SEAS, in collaboration with Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT), offers solutions for creating individual scholar and lab, project, and group websites, wikis, and course websites.

SEAS Computing provides consultation for website creation, user experience, and content migration from exiting to new sites. To request a website consultation, contact SEAS Computing at ithelp@harvard.edu, Subject: “Please direct to SEAS Computing.” 

Contact HUIT at ithelp@harvard.edu for technical assistance with any of the services listed below.


HUIT provides CampusPress sites for the purpose of administrative, research, and academic websites for Harvard activities. CampusPress is a WordPress-powered platform.

You can request a CampusPress website by filling out the Harvard CampusPress request form (HarvardKey login required).

Below are a few resources about getting started and familiar with CampusPress.

Please note that when adding content to your website, sensitive data should not be published to/stored on CampusPress websites.  Please refer to the Harvard data classification table for information about Harvard data levels.

Additionally, videos posted on CampusPress websites should always be captioned.  Please refer to Harvard Multimedia Accessibility for details and resources.

For resources about use of photography and other media, SEAS branding, and the SEAS presence on social media channels, please visit the SEAS Office of Communications.

If you are interested in a custom SEAS domain for your website, please see our domain name policy page.

Harvard Wiki

HUIT provides Wiki hosting built on the Confluence platform (HarvardKey login required). To request  a new Wiki space, complete the Wiki request form (HarvardKey login required).

Course Websites

Canvas by Instructure is the default platform for FAS course websites at Harvard. HUIT Academic Technology provides a variety of additional technologies to support teaching and learning.  Find workshops and other events on the ATG calendar. For inquiries about technology for teaching, please contact atg@fas.harvard.edu.