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.
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.
Please note that HUSHP Health Insurance Waivers for the the Fall 2016 term (or 2016-2017 academic year) must be completed online by July 31st. Learn more about HUSHP Coverage and your eligibility to waive.
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.
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.
November degree candidates are reminded that the September bill must be paid in full by October 14th. Students with a financial hold will not receive their diploma and their degree may not be conferred until all indebtedness to Harvard University is paid in full.