Harvard spelling MISTAKE?!

<p>DISCLAIMER: I'm not a perfect speller, so I already know I'm being a hypocrite</p>

<p>I was on Harvard's website, and I found what I think might be an error, so I'm coming here to boast about it like the smug I am. If it were any other university, I wouldn't give a about spelling mistakes, but I just can't let an error made by Harvard go unnoticed.</p>

<p>Anyway, here it is:</p>

Visiting Undergraduate Students who do not require a student via may enroll in a one, two, three or full four-course program. </p>

<p>(from Harvard</a> College Admissions § Applying: VUS Rate of Study & Tuition)


<p>What in the world is a "student via"? lol</p>

<p>obviously harvard just paid off Merian-Webster to redefine the word "via" to make it grammatically correct in the above sentence...duh</p>

<p>Try "student visa" instead...</p>

<p>They also made at least two typos in the common application packet they sent out to everyone.
Merian-webster lol :)</p>

<p>You hypocrite. You spelled the school wrong. It's spelled "Hahvahd" not "Harvard."</p>

<p>^Very witty. :)</p>

^Very witty.


<p>No, rather **itty</p>

<p>^ Touche haha</p>

<p>I know people at the admissions office and typos/spelling errors like this do affect admissions by a tiny bit.</p>

<p>ahahahaaaa Harvard makes spelling mistakes...</p>

<p>Honestly, who cares. It's just Harvard. Get over it.</p>