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Credit Balance Refund Form – To be completed if a student has a credit balance remaining on their bill. Refunds are not automatically generated, therefore this form should be completed in order to initiate the refund process. Please allow 5-7 business days for processing.

Note: If a student’s combined Federal Loans exceed their tuition and registration fee charges, we recommend completing the Permission to Hold form below.

Title IV/Permission to Hold Form (Federal Loans) – Federal Title IV financial aid funds (i.e. – federal loans) are restricted to payments of current period tuition, mandatory fees (registration, academic records, and UHS), and room and board. However, students may authorize the use of these funds for other charges, such as application to prior or future balances and/or charges that do not fall under the umbrella of mandatory fees. Such fees include: HUSHP Supplemental Insurance coverage (Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), library fees, course material or book charges, late fees, parking fees, dependant insurance, etc.

By completing this form, you are agreeing to allow the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) to hold and/or apply Federal Title IV financial aid funds to some (or all) of the above mentioned charges.

HUECU Loan – Preliminary Loan Request – International – This link brings you directly to the HUECU online form for International students. Before applying please read our information section on the HUECU International Loan located in the Loans section under International.

Direct GradPLUS Loan – Domestic – Before applying please read our information section on the Direct GradPLUS Loan located in the Loans section under Domestic.

Cost of Attendance/Budget AppealStudents seeking an individual adjustment to their expense budget should complete this form.

Financial Aid Appeal/Special Circumstances Form – Students who wish to appeal their financial aid due to special circumstances should complete this form.

Consent to Release Information – For students who wish to allow another person the ability to access/discuss your financial aid information.