Get great deals @ great places with your Harvard ID
Getting to work? Getting a home? Just getting out on Sunday afternoon with the kids? A Harvard ID is your ticket.
With a Harvard ID, an employee and a guest visit any of Harvard’s 10 museums, with collections ranging from 20th-century
art to glass flowers to historical scientific instruments. Many of these museums have special activities for parents and kids.
A Harvard ID also provides access to the largest university library system in the world.
Harvard can help with your commute, with its 50 percent discount on MBTA and commuter rail passes. Parking at the University is limited but available, and Harvard can furnish information on carpooling
and vanpooling, along with commute-planning services for new employees. Harvard also offers group discounts on automobile
insurance through the University’s agreement with Marsh @WorkSolutions.
Employees can locate housing with a Harvard ID, through the Harvard Housing Office’s listings of homes for rent and sale.
For further assistance, employees can also check out:
Outings & Innings, Harvard’s window to culture and recreation in the greater Boston area, guides Harvard employees and
retirees to countless other discounts the University has negotiated with local vendors. The program provides a range of discounted
tickets to events of all kinds in all seasons, including concerts, plays, movies, boating trips, museums, ski slopes and amusement
parks, and sporting events. Visit the O&I website to view the extensive listing of offerings and subscribe to the E-List when you create a customer account by clicking on the “My Account” tab on the O&I website. Whether you purchase tickets onsite or online, you must initially create a customer record.