Loan System Enhancements coming soon!

May 2, 2017

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!

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

2016 1098-T Available at my.harvard

January 10, 2017

2016 1098-T forms are now available to eligible students at

To view your form select Financial Services from the left menu and select the link under 'Paperless 1098-T' (please note that you must disable your pop-up blocker to view your form).

If another individual claims you as a tax dependent, or is responsible for filing your taxes, it is very important that you forward them a copy of your 1098-T form (please...

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Beware of Student Loan Scams

March 31, 2016

Many third party "debt relief" companies offer fee-based services such as loan counseling, consolidation, and helping borrowers choose the right repayment plan. These companies are not representatives of the Department of Education or Harvard University. Federal loan servicers are available to assist and will never charge a fee. If you need help choosing a repayment plan, or are in repayment and have questions, start here.

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