The GI Bill Comparison Tool allows you to quickly explore the financial aid offerings at private and public universities. This information will provide you with a valuable understanding of what aid veterans will receive when they use their Post 9/11 or Montgomery GI Bill benefits at Harvard College.
The CSS Profile is required for all student at Harvard College. The profile allows students and/or their parents to provide a thorough picture of their finances. It will be used to determine the financial needs of each student and what allotment of financial aid they receive. Any questions pertaining to the CSS Profile should be directed to the Financial Aid office.
Incoming veteran student should apply for their GI Bill benefits as early as possible. You will need to request your Certificate of Eligibility. Once you have accessed that document, forward it to the Griffin Financial Aid Office at Harvard College and they will certify you as a student.
Any financial aid question should be directed to the Griffin Financial Aid Office at Harvard College. They are able to answer any and all questions pertaining to your specific situation. They also offer a Net Price Calculator that can help you better understand the total cost of attending and possible financial aid to expect.
FASFA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is required for all students at Harvard College. The application is used to determine the amount of Federal grants or loans that each student will receive. Once the application is completed it is then sent to Harvard College so they can verify the expenses the applicant will have as a student at Harvard.
IDOC, or Institutional Documentation Service, is a secure system used to upload supporting documentation for your financial aid application. Students are able to submit W2s, tax returns, and any other required documents that will be used to determine the financial aid you will receive from Harvard College. Any questions pertaining to the IDOC should be directed to the Financial Aid office.
Below are several useful tools available to you as a student veteran.