Harvard Yearbook Publications is responsible for the creation and production of the Senior Yearbook as well as the Freshman Register (also known as the Facebook). The Freshman Register is an extremely useful hardbound reference book for freshmen that contains photographs, addresses, and secondary schools of class members.
The Harvard Yearbook features the graduating class of Harvard in its award-winning book. Compilation from all aspects of student life including student activities, major shows and performances, letters from professors, and house life are portrayed serving as a nostalgic keepsake of student life.
2018 Freshmen Register
The Freshmen Register, also known as the Facebook, compiles images and information from the incoming freshmen class so that students may get to intimately know their student body at the beginning of the Harvard experience.
The Harvard Yearbook Photography Board prides itself in training college students in advanced photography skills. Students undergo a rigorous, semester long training with professional photographers and student photographers. Training includes a wide variety of equipment and photography situations – including low light photography and fast photography. Equipped with a unique point of view, all of our photographers strive to get the “money winning shot”, to have their photography represent an event or group in the best way possible and now we’re offering that service to you, for any event, group or outing you might want photographed. Contact us for more information!
You can still purchase a Yearbook and have it shipped to your home address. The cost of the Yearbook is $130 + $10 shipping and handling (for international addresses, shipping and handling prices vary). Please order online below or mail us a check with a note including your shipping address and the year of the book you wish to purchase. Processing time for shipped books is about two to four weeks.
If you ordered a Yearbook but never picked it up, you can mail us a check for $10 and a note including your shipping address and the year of the book you ordered, and we will mail your book to you. Processing time for shipped books is about two to four weeks. We can ship to international addresses for $20 shipping and handling.
Classes of 2014 - 2018: To purchase a Freshman Register, you can come by the yearbook office during office hours and pick one up. The books cost $50; we accept cash or checks made payable to Harvard Yearbook Publications.
Classes of 1995 - 2014: You can purchase a Freshman Register and have it shipped to your home address. Please use the online form below or mail us a check for $50 + $10 shipping and handling (for international addresses, $20 shipping and handling), as well as a note including your shipping address and the year of the book you wish to purchase. Processing time for shipped books is about two to four weeks.
Students who never picked up their orders can stop by the yearbook office during office hours. Please call us before coming to ensure that someone is in the office to fill your order.
Harvard Yearbook Publications offers licenses to the media for one-time usage rights to photographs from published Yearbooks. Such rights cost $75 per photograph, and requests should be made directly to our office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please use the subject line "Photograph Request" and include the following information for each photo requested:
- Photograph requested
- Intended use of request photograph
- Date by which photograph is needed
- Phone number and email address of requester
- Completed licensing agreement [PDF]
Harvard Yearbook Publications works in conjunction with the Harvard Archives to provide such requested photographs. We require a signed licensing agreement for all one-time usage rights purchases. Upon processing of your order, we will send you an invoice, with payment due within thirty (30) days of receipt and refer you to the appropriate contact at the Harvard Archives for subsequent scanning and distribution of the photograph.
Please note that fees charged by the Harvard Archives for processing costs are separate from fees charged by Harvard Yearbook Publications for usage rights.