Campus Organizations

W. E. B. Du Bois Graduate Society

The W.E.B. Du Bois Graduate Society is an organization of GSAS students and others devoted to addressing minority issues. The aims of the society are twofold: to be a forum where students can meet to discuss concerns of race and ethnicity, and to provide a social, intellectual, and political institution for minority student activities. In addition, the society wishes to serve as a liaison to welcome new and visiting minority scholars to the Harvard community.

Harvard Graduate Women in Science and Engineering (HGWISE)

HGWISE is a graduate student organization founded in 2005 dedicated to the personal, academic, and professional development of women in natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering at Harvard University. HGWISE aims to enhance the graduate experience for women in science and engineering at Harvard by providing opportunities for networking, professional development, and mentoring, as well as developing a meaningful community for women scientists. 

Harvard GSAS Latinx Student Association

The Harvard GSAS Latinx Student Association is an intersectional organization committed to building community and providing intellectual and social support among GSAS students currently enrolled at Harvard University. During the academic year, the association encourages community building through academic, social, and cultural events. The association also provides members a space to meet and discuss the graduate school experience, as well as the opportunity to engagewith the diverse group of Latinx students in GSAS. Our events provide a safe spacefor all Latinx-identified folks at GSAS where we aim to create a healthy and welcoming experience for the social and academic thriving of our comunidad.

Harvard University Native American Program

Our Mission is to bring together Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students and interested individuals from the Harvard community for the purpose of advancing the well-being of indigenous peoples through self-determination, academic achievement, and community service.