All alumni/ae of Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges and the Harvard graduate and professional schools are cordially invited to join the Harvard Gay & Lesbian Caucus. The only additional requirement is that you be a "member or friend of Harvard's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community" or that you would like to become one. The benefits of membership include keeping informed about what is happening at Harvard, invitations to local chapter and reunion events, and access to our online membership directory listing half of our 4,700 members.
You can become a member by applying online at:
You will be invited to make your information visible in the online directory to other members but this is optional and you may keep your information private if you prefer. After you register you will be given the opportunity to join email lists for your local chapter, school, and areas of particular interest.
We also invite you to support Harvard's LGBT community by making a donation to The Open Gate: A Fund for Gay & Lesbian Life at Harvard University.
HGLC also hosts the membership list for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Committee of the Harvard Law School Association (HLSA-GLBTAC). HLS affiliates who join the Caucus will automatically be included in this network. HBS affiliates should also join the HBS LGBT Alumni Association at www.hbslgbt.org .
LGBT alumni groups for other colleges and universities are listed on a page maintained by Princeton's Fund for Reunion:
If you are also affiliated with MIT or Duke, or if you are a latino/a, or have an MBA, or are in Los Angeles, you may be interested in one or more of the other membership sites at this link:
General information on Harvard University can be found at: http://www.harvard.edu/
The Harvard Alumni Association lists information on Harvard Clubs worldwide, Harvard College classes and reunions, and provides access for registered users to the online university alumni directory.
Additional graduate school alumni information can be accessed by going to http://www.harvard.edu/, choosing a specific graduate school under “Schools of Harvard,” and then clicking on “alumni” or “alumni resources.”
We also encourage alumni/ae to get a permanent Post.Harvard email forwarding address at this link.
Other alumni/ae Shared Interest Groups can be found at: http://post.harvard.edu/clubs/html/SIGdir.html