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Anticipated Aid

March 13, 2017

Please note that your Financial Aid Office may have recently removed anticipated aid from your student account. This serves as a reminder that it is your responsibility to make sure any outstanding aid for 2016-2017 is received and credited to your account as soon as possible. If you have any questions about what you need to do in order to receive your aid, please contact your donor (for outside awards) or your Financial Aid Office.

March Degree Candidates

February 22, 2017

March Degree Candidates are reminded that diplomas will not be awarded to students who have an outstanding balance due to the University. To review due charges, students may log in at my.harvard.edu.

Spring 2017 Important Dates

November 22, 2016

Account notices for Spring 2017 tuition charges will be sent on December 10th for all Harvard schools*. Spring charges are due in January, with exact dates varying by school. FAS students can expect spring charges to be due on January 15th. 

The deadline to submit a health insurance waiver for the Spring 2017 semester is January 31st. For more information on waiving your health insurance, please see the HUSHP website.

November Degree Candidates

September 21, 2016

November Degree Candidates are reminded that diplomas will not be awarded to students who have an outstanding balance due to the University. To review due charges, students may log in at my.harvard.edu.

Share Information with a Delegate

August 19, 2016

The legacy student account portal, QuikPay, will be retired at the end of August 2016. To grant access to a parent or other to view and pay your student account, log in at my.harvard.edu and select the 'Share My Information' link below the Amount Due box. For a video walk-through of this process, please see our how-to.

IRS Warns of "Federal Student Tax" Scam

June 1, 2016

The Internal Revenue Service has issued a warning to taxpayers about bogus phone calls from IRS impersonators demanding payment for a non-existent tax, the “Federal Student Tax.” Read the full article here.