Harvard University fully complies with Section 103.1.(b) of the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018. For students who are covered under Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Chapter 33, Harvard University will not impose any penalty on any covered individual because of the individual’s inability to meet his or her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement of funding from the VA under Chapter 31 or Chapter 33. Covered students will not be prevented from attending or enrolling in courses, will not be charged late fees, and will not be...
The GradGuard Tuition Protection Plan, available through Allianz Global Assistance, offers a smart and affordable way to protect your college investment in the event of a medical withdrawal. To learn more and/or enroll in the tuition insurance plan, please visit: http://www.GradGuard.com/Tuition/Harvard.
To access your 1098-T (2015-present) electronically, you must log in with your Harvard credentials at my.harvard.edu. After logging in, navigate to the 'Student Accounts' tab in the left-menu and then select the link under 'Paperless 1098-T'. A walkthrough is available here.
Changing your address with one department (for ex. Alumni Records or Student Accounts), does not change it across the University. You must also change your address with our office by going to our borrower website or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With written permission from you our office may discuss account information with a designated third party. You may login to our borrower website and under the Account Tools section complete the Information Release form.
You will need to contact your account representative to make any payment arrangements at 1-800-343-5500 or 5501. For last names beginning A-J- contact Jennifer Kerr; for last names beginning K-Z contact Nadege Roseau.