Get ready to mark your calendar! Whether you’re looking for opportunities to build your Harvard network, learn something new, gather as a community, or show off your Crimson pride, the HAA has you covered.

From our annual Global Networking Night and Welcome to Your City events hosted by Harvard Clubs and Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) Shared Interest Groups (SIGs), to Harvard Alumni Day and the Game, there’s no shortage of opportunities to engage with your worldwide Harvard community throughout the year.

This page features popular alumni events that happen annually and are sponsored by Harvard University, the HAA, Harvard Clubs, or HAA SIGs. Harvard Clubs and HAA SIGs are alumni-governed and independently financed.

Check out some of the featured events and programs we’re all looking forward to.

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Harvard Alumni Day

Harvard alumni are invited to join the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) on Friday, June 3, 2022, for Harvard Alumni Day, a University-wide, global event honoring alumni impact, citizenship, and community. This celebration will be held on Harvard’s campus and simultaneously live streamed for those who cannot attend in person.

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Welcome to Your City

Welcome to Your City took place on Thursday, October 21, 2021. Check back in the fall of 2022 to explore and expand your Harvard community and to welcome members of the Class of 2021 to their new cities! 

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The Game

Each year, Harvard and Yale vie for bragging rights in a football rivalry dating back to 1875. As the second-oldest rivalry in college football, the Harvard-Yale game is more than just a football game. It’s The Game.

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Global Networking Night

Each year, GNN allows alumni to connect with each other through location-based events in their area and through professional interest-based events.

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Harvard Alumni Association Presents:

Unity Weekend: Celebrating Harvard Alumni of Color

Open to all in the Harvard community, Unity Weekend, a three-day virtual conference, served as a forum for diverse communities to come together for candid conversations on complex issues at the intersection of identity, inclusion, and impact.