The 2018 1098-T tax forms are now available online*. An email announcement will be sent to eligible students on January 28, 2019. Please note, important changes have been made to the 1098-T tax form, as mandated by new IRS regulations. To understand these changes and to get more information on the 1098-T form, click here.
*Please note: The 1098-T is not available to delegates online, and will...
Account notices for Spring 2019 tuition charges will be sent on December 11th 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 2019 semester is January 31st. For more information on waiving your health insurance, please see the HUSHP website.
Account updates for Fall 2018 tuition charges have been posted for Harvard College undergraduates. Fall charges are due August 20th.
In preparation, we ask you to review the information below and take any appropriate action.
In order for anyone other than yourself to make e-payments towards your student account, and to receive notifications, view information, and contact our office about the account, they must be set up as...
Congratulations! Please be reminded that all due charges must be paid in full in order for you to be financially clear to receive your diploma at Commencement. Your school will inform you of any additional requirements for financial clearance.
Please be aware that the main entrance to the Smith Campus Center on Massachusetts Avenue is now on Dunster Street. For the exact location, please see the attached image. It’s expected that this new, temporary entrance on Dunster Street will be used until completion of the project in fall of 2018.
The Student Loan Office is happy to announce that we will be providing upgrades and enhancements through our current loan system vendor Heartland ECSI as of July 2017! This includes a new borrower website, billing statements and more! Stay tuned! More information to come!
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.