There is no easy way for you to check on your own. One possible method is to deduce the information from your paystub (found in PeopleSoft). But you may also ask your supervisor or email the Student Employment Office.
Once you have been offered a job, please register your FWSP job with the SEO. There are instructions for completing this form based on whether you will be working on or off-campus; you may want to speak with your employer before completing this as some of the information required is specific to their department or agency. Once the SEO receives and processes the form, a confirmation email authorizing work study will be sent to you and your supervisor.
You are eligible to earn up to the dollar amount listed on your financial aid award letter over the course of the term-time or summer employment. You are not guaranteed this money, nor are you required to earn it all. If you would like to earn the dollar amount listed on your financial aid award letter, you need to find a job and work the appropriate amount of hours. You will receive the money in weekly paychecks based on your hourly wage and hours worked.
Massachusetts taxes residents on income from all sources and nonresidents only on income derived from Massachusetts. For up-to-date information about filing a Massachusetts tax return, please visit the Student Financial Services website.
Please note: Harvard as an institution does not advise on any personal income tax requirements or issues. Use of any information from this...
Generally, you must file a Federal income tax return if you receive a specified minimum amount of gross income for the calendar year. For up to date information on filing a federal tax return, please visit the Student Financial Services website.
Please note: Harvard as an institution does not advise on any personal income tax requirements or issues. Use of any information from this site or any other web site...
You are expected to contribute toward the cost of your education through a Term Time Work Expectation. Although this isn't necessarily toward the cost of tuition. Books, school supplies, travel to and from home, and other personal expenses are considered part of the overall cost of attending Harvard College.
The important thing to understand is that earnings through a part time job do not have to be paid to Harvard or to the Financial Aid Office.
If you have an outside award it will first reduce your Term Time Work...