Become a Member - Join Us!
With an annual membership to the Harvard Club of Toronto, you will enjoy many opportunities to connect with the local Harvard community, and enjoy access to our members-only events. You will receive preferred access to additional community-wide events.
Our events include the annual Welcome to Your City, the Global Networking Nights, visiting scholars talks and panels, keynote speaker series, skill-specific workshops, networking, arts and culture outings, pub nights, club holiday party, and more!
Club Memberships run for the calendar year and current memberships will end December 31, 2023.
How to Join
At the bottom of this page select your membership level, pay your fee, and update your Harvard profile - all online.
Claim your HarvardKey if you haven't already and register with Post.Harvard to manage your online profile, pay fees, and have full access to this website (including access to your colleagues on the Membership List).
If you do not wish to pay online, please download one of the forms below, scan in a completed form and email it to us.
All alumnae of Harvard and Radcliffe are eligible to be members of the Club. A Harvard alumnus or alumna is defined by the University as one who has registered in and taken part in the academic program of any department of Harvard University or Radcliffe College for a period of at least six weeks. Any person who has been an instructor, who has received an honorary degree from Harvard or Radcliffe, or is the parent of a current or former undergraduate at Harvard and Radcliffe is also eligible for membership.
Harvard Club of Toronto Community Guidelines
The Harvard Club of Toronto (HCT) programs and volunteer opportunities respect the rights, differences, and dignity of others. Those taking part in HCT activities are expected to demonstrate honesty, integrity, and civility in those activities, and are accountable for their conduct there with University alumni, students, parents, volunteers, employees, and invitees. The Harvard Club of Toronto reserves the right to suspend services to and exclude from participation in HCT programs any person whose inappropriate behavior adversely affects the safety, well-being, and inclusion of community members.