Farrah Abraham seemingly earns 0 credits for Harvard classes amid feud

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Not even an A for effort.

Farrah Abraham seemingly got no credit for any classes she attended at Harvard Extension School after threatening to sue them for “educational abuse.”

The former “Teen Mom” star, 30, posted a photo of her Harvard University transcript to her Instagram Story on Monday, revealing she had been enrolled in an “intermediate screenwriting” course and “writing in the humanities” course for the school’s 2021 summer term.

The credits column stated each class was worth 4 credits, but the “earned credits” column for each read 0.

Curiously, Abraham added an “Extra Credit” GIF and a 2021 graduation cap GIF.

The reality star did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment on her transcript.

Reached for comment by Page Six, Harvard told us, “Due to federal student privacy laws, we do not comment on individual student academic matters.”

Over the weekend, Abraham slammed Harvard, claiming a professor for the Ivy League school’s creative writing Master’s program, Patricia Bellanca, kicked her out of her class without any explanation.

“I will be taking legal action against Harvard. I properly gave them time,” she told TMZ while wearing a Harvard sweatshirt. “I sadly had to write a review on Niche, on Yelp and on Google Maps because no one was getting back to me.”

The former MTV star said she felt duped when Bellanca allegedly asked her to turn in a “class activity” without proofing it, but then used the assignment as an excuse to drop her from the course altogether.

Neither Bellanca nor Harvard has responded to Abraham’s allegations. Page Six has reached out to Bellanca for clarification.

Abraham’s issues with Harvard first began in May when LinkedIn removed the school from her credentials because she couldn’t provide proof that she was a student.

When she later added the university back to her profile, she told Page Six she did so “cus I pay to go there.”

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