Feb 15, 2013
Harvard's financial aid program changes the lives of exceptionally talented students from all economic background and empowers them to change the world. Read More
Aug 16, 2012
Morgan Lehmann ’12 of Minnesota was the first from her high school to attend Harvard, an opportunity made possible by Harvard's financial aid policy. Read More
Harvard’s dynamic financial aid program, which has expanded over the past eight years, makes the College more affordable for students from low- and middle-income families like Lehmann’s.
Apr 30, 2012
Michael Caldwell '13 likes to be busy, whether he's singing with the Veritones, studying human evolutionary biology, or mentoring others as a peer advising fellow. Without financial aid, none of these experiences would be possible. Read More
Science: Michael Caldwell knew he wanted to go to Harvard. He just didn't know how until he received his financial aid package.
Feb 8, 2012
Shiya Wang ’13 knew only basic English when she left Wuhan, China, at age 15 to study piano at the acclaimed Juilliard School. Seven years later, Wang has not only overcome the language barrier, but she has become an English concentrator at Harvard College with a passion for 19th- and 20th-century American and British literature. Read More
International: Harvard is one of very few schools in the country offering need-blind admissions to all its undergraduate and doctoral students—including international ones. That means the University can accept the best candidates wherever they are, regardless of their ability to pay.