Tuition and Fees

Current and historic tuition and fee rates can be found on the tuition and fees and cost of attendance site.

Since the tuition and fee information is for a specific academic year, we have also put together information on the total cost of our degree programs in the form of a Qualtrics survey.

Cost of Collections
Financial Hold: Students with outstanding financial obligations to the University may not register for additional classes.

Late Fees: Students that fail to pay any charges on their student account by the due date may be charged late payment fees as published by the HSPH Registrar’s Office or the University Student Financial Services Office.

Collection Charges and Fees: If Harvard University engages a third party to obtain payment on a delinquent account, students will reimburse Harvard University for any collection fees and expenses that may be as high as 40% of the debt but will not exceed the maximum permitted by applicable law. These fees will be due in full at the time of the referral to the third party. Students shall also be responsible for any court costs associated with collections.

Reporting Past Due Accounts to Credit Bureaus: Students that have a delinquent account may be reported to one or more of the national credit bureaus.

Harvard Chan Billing Policy
Visit the Harvard Chan Billing Policy to view details based on academic program.