Undergraduates - Important Spring 2022 Information

November 1, 2021

 

Account updates for Spring 2022 tuition charges will soon be posted for Harvard College undergraduates. Spring charges are due January 15th.

In preparation, we ask you to review the information below and take any appropriate action.

Authorize Delegates

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 delegates. Log in to my.harvard and select Share My Information, to begin the process (Please note: You’ll need each delegate’s birth date and email address to complete the process).

Plan to Make Your Payment

Please review the accepted methods of payment, in preparation for making your spring semester payment. You may also want to consider the option of enrolling in the monthly payment plan.

Please note that due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, paper check processing continues to be delayed. All students and delegates are encouraged to make payments online via my.Harvard, if possible.

Set Up Direct Deposit for Student Account Refunds

Direct deposit is the recommended method for receiving student account refunds.

Log in to my.harvard to set up direct deposit using a U.S. bank account.

Report Outside Awards

If you are expecting to receive any outside awards, report your awards to the College Financial Aid Office using the Outside Award Reporting System (OARS). The actual outside award checks should always be sent directly to the Student Accounts Office:

Harvard University -Student Accounts, 801 Smith Campus Center, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue,
Cambridge, MA 02138

Harvard Student Health Insurance Waiver Application Deadline is January 31, 2022

All students are charged for student health insurance, each year. If you are covered by your family insurance, you may be able to waive enrollment in the University plan.

Information about the Harvard University Student Health Insurance Plan (HUSHP), including criteria for waiving enrollment, is available on the HUHS website. Please note that if a waiver is approved, the $2,020.00 charge for student health insurance will either be offset by a waiver credit or not appear, at all, on the student account.

Tuition Insurance

The GradGuard Tuition Protection Plan 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 plan, please visit: http://www.GradGuard.com/Tuition/Harvard.