HOLDS: Can you lift my advising/financial/HUHS holds so that I can register for classes?

Nope. With the exception of first-semester sophomore advising holds (which will be lifted by your sophomore advisor), we cannot lift any holds here in the House. 

Course registration may be held for a variety of reasons, such as unpaid term bills, immunization, required training, or meeting with adviser. Failure to clear the hold by the course registration deadline is not a legitimate reason for a late fee waiver. Students should visit my.harvard to see what holds may exist on their student account that may prevent them from registering for courses. Financial holds indicate that students must clear their accounts with the Student Financial Services Office before being allowed to register. A medical hold usually requires the submission of further immunization documentation to Medical Records at Harvard University Health Services. The International Office may also place a hold on the registration of a foreign student if the proper credentials have not yet been presented to that office. Holds may also be placed if a student has a disciplinary case pending before the Administrative Board, or for other reasons as indicated in my.harvard. Students should contact the appropriate office and make arrangements to clear the hold.