Welcome to the Harvard Club of Cincinnati!

Since 1869, we have been a home for those affiliated with Harvard University who live in the Greater Cincinnati area.  Membership is open to all who have graduated from, studied at, taught at or received an honorary degree from Harvard University.  Graduates from the last three years can join for free by contacting our treasurer and membership chair, Katie Nappi at fehskensk@hotmail.com. Current undergraduates and their parents are invited to attend our events. 

We may have left Cambridge, but we can still enjoy the friendships, intellectual challenges and service to the University and community that we knew at Harvard.  Check out our full calendar of programs then come out and join us!  We want to meet you!

Lori Nuckolls
Harvard Club President, 2016-17

Upcoming Events

Helpful Information

Login Credentials: Harvard Key
Harvard alumni can login to our website using their Harvard Key login credentials.  Don't have your Harvard Key yet?  Please use the links below to guide you through the process.  
Claim Your Harvard Key: Video Tutorial
Harvard Key Frequently Asked Questions
Recent Harvard graduates
If you graduated in 2013 or later, sign up for a FREE Recent Grad membership. Want to meet other local Ivy graduates?  Learn more here about the Cincy Ivy Young Alumni Club.  
Harvard Business School graduates
You can join both the Harvard Club of Cincinnati and HBS Club of Cincinnati with our Joint Membership. Learn more here about the HBS Club of Cincinnati.    

Thank You

Thank you to our Patron Members
Rachid Abdallah
Valerie Bogdan-Powers
Neil Bortz
Thomas Broge
Jay Chatterjee
Daniel Cunningham
Couper Gardiner
Emily Hodges
Sarah Johnson
Santa Ono
Kenneth Oswald
Rene Robichaud
Stephen Strauss
Robert Toltzis
Cedric Vogel
Frank Welsh 
Thank you to our Scholarship Donors
John Beary 
Gordon Bogdan
John Frank
Charles & Barbara Glueck
Sarah Johnson
Philip & Barbara Lichtenstein
Murray Monroe
Stanley Pickett
Robert Rich
Lawrence Smith
 Marcy Taylor & Gary Heaton
Edward Silberstein in memory of Alan Wolf