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Summer 2022: Coronavirus Information

Costs and Funding

Be sure to read about the funding options available for Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Programs. Upon admission, familiarize yourself with the process for submitting payments.

Tuition Payments

Harvard Summer School Student Financial Services will email you when billing information is available to view in your MyDCE account after you have been registered into your courses.

Payment in full of your program tuition fee is due by May 16. No advance deposit is required. To submit a payment, log in to your MyDCE account and select “Financial Services” from the home page. On the homepage of the finance portal, click on the green “Make Payment” button. Follow the steps to complete your payment.  After you pay, you will be sent a confirmation email. Please see the Study Abroad Costs & Funding page for more information.

If you are a Harvard College student who is receiving an award from OCS, note that your award will be automatically transferred to the Summer School.

Funding

Harvard College students

Eligible Harvard College students can apply for funding from the Office of Career Services (OCS) to participate in Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Programs.

The OCS Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Programs Funding Application is a separate application that students submit in CARAT.  If you have questions about OCS funding for Harvard Summer School Study Abroad Programs, email ocs_summerfunding@fas.harvard.edu.

Other Harvard offices, departments, and centers may also offer funding to Harvard College students for Harvard Summer School Study Aboard Programs. Search CARAT for potential funding sources.

Be sure also to review the Harvard College Financial Aid Office summer school page for information about loan assistance. 

Students at other schools

Students enrolled at other institutions should consult their financial aid offices. Assistance for students at other Harvard University schools may be available through the financial aid offices of the individual schools.

Harvard University staff

Harvard’s Tuition Assistance Plan (TAP) does not cover tuition for study abroad programs. To utilize your TAP benefits, consider taking a three- or seven-week Summer School course

Program Cancellations

Note: In the event of program cancellation prior to the program start date, the Summer School will refund any payments you have made toward the program cost, not including airfare, textbooks, visa application fees, and other expenses incurred separate from the program fee. In planning for your travel, we encourage you to consider purchasing refundable airline tickets and/or travel insurance.