For payments to the CGA, including training workshop and GIS institute registrations, plotter usage, GPS damage reimbursement, service invoiced, etc., please choose among the following options:
1) Harvard Internal Payments using Department/Program Billing Code
If a Harvard department or program is paying the cost, please use the Contact CGA form and put “Payment to CGA” in the SUBJECT field. In the MESSAGE field enter the reason for payment (such as the training workshop name or the GPS unit model), the amount due, and the Harvard 33-digit code that you have permission to charge to. Please fill out the rest of the form as required, so that we can confirm receipt of your payment.
2) Bank wire transfer
Bank name: Bank of America
Bank identifier number (ABA): 026-009-593
Harvard account number: 53137234 (checking)
Harvard account name: President and Fellows of Harvard College
Bank address: 100 Federal Street, Boston, MA, 02110 USA
SWIFT Code (for international transfers): BOFAUS3N
Contact person: Linda Christlieb <email@example.com>
Memo text: For CGA, c/o Linda Christlieb (617-384-7531)
Please use the Contact CGA form to submit transaction confirmation from your bank once you have made the payment. This is necesssary for the CGA to find your payment from the university-wide incoming transactions pool.
Please make check payable to: President and Fellows of Harvard College. Add a note to explain what you are paying for, write clearly your name and email on the note or on the envelope. Mail to: Center for Geographic Analysis, c/o Wendy Guan, 1737 Cambridge Street, Suite 350, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA, or drop into the CGA mailbox at: Room K022, Concourse Level, CGIS Knafel Building.
Please put your cash in an envelope, add a note to explain what you are paying for, write clearly your name and email on the note or on the envelope, and drop it into the CGA mailbox at: Room K022, Concourse Level, CGIS Knafel Building.
Note: CGA cannot accept payment by credit cards or crimson cards at this time. Please direct any billing questions or concerns to Linda Christlieb [lchristlieb @ iq.harvard.edu]. 5% of training registration payment is non-refundable in case of cancellation prior to the beginning of class, 100% non-refundable once class begins.