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For current Harvard undergraduates:
Have any of the following questions crossed your mind?

What is the best way to reach out to the Financial Aid Office?
If I have an emergency or my family’s circumstances have changed, is there help available?
What is the term time job expectation and what does it mean to be eligible for the Federal Work Study Program?
How does financial aid work for students who choose to spend a semester abroad?
Are loan options available to Harvard students and when is it appropriate to take on a student loan?

Listening to students over the years, we know that these are just some of the questions you’ll have. To help guide you we have created ‘Financial Aid 101’, an online counseling workshop. We will broadcast this as a live Google Hangout and look forward to hearing any additional questions you may have.

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Discuss the first-gen* experience, ask any last minute questions, and learn more about life at Harvard with the Harvard First-Gen Program student coordinators!

*We consider you a first generation college student—or “first-gen” for short—if you will be in the first generation of your immediate family to graduate from a four-year college or the equivalent.

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Hear from current seniors about what they wish they had known when they started their college careers at Harvard. Submit your questions in the Q&A panel.

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Join a conversation with four student coordinators from the Undergraduate Minority Recruitment Program (UMRP) to talk about multicultural diversity and student life at Harvard! Submit your questions in the Q&A panel and get answers from current students in real time. 

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 This event is for admitted students to the Class of 2020. Chat with a panel of current students to ask questions about living and learning at Harvard!

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Are you considering applying to Harvard, but have some reservations that are holding you back from submitting your application? In this interactive Hangout, you'll have the opportunity to submit questions to current Harvard students and ask about academics, financial aid, and student life. 

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Why not Harvard, Why not you?

It's more affordable than you think, and we're here to help. In this Google Hangout, you'll get the chance to submit your questions to a group of current Harvard students! Get information on how to chose classes in high school to prepare you for a rigorous college education, or learn more about academics and student life here at Harvard

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The Harvard College Connection (HCC) is an initiative of the Admissions Office to use social media, email and video to reach out to promising students and encourage them to apply to Harvard. The Harvard College Connection bolsters ongoing efforts to ensure that students from every socioeconomic background know about college and financial aid options, at Harvard and elsewhere.

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As a first generation college student, your college experience will be especially exciting for you and your family—from application to graduation. But you may find you have questions about the process of applying and about what to expect in college. We can help.

Hear stories, tips, and advice from current first-generation Harvard students in the Harvard First Generation Program (HFGP), an initiative of the Admissions & Financial Aid office that supports prospective first-gen students with information, resources, and support for the college search and application process.

You can watch live or later from the event page. Log in with your Google account to ask questions live and up-vote top questions via the Q&A app. If you don't already have a Google account, you'll need to create one to submit questions -- it's quick, easy, and free.  

*We consider you a first generation college student—or “first-gen” for short—if neither of your parents graduated from a four-year college or the equivalent.
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