Emergency Contact Information


General Questions

During normal business hours, please contact HAA for general assistance.  You can: 1) stop by the HAA Registration in Cabot Library, Science Center, 2) call 617-496-7001, 3) email 45thReunion_Haa@harvard.edu, or 4) find a friendly Harvard staff member staffing any event.


Medical or Police Emergencies

Harvard University Police can be reached at 617-495-1212.

If calling 911 on campus, the call is automatically dispatched to Harvard University Police.

Harvard University Emergency Services will be on campus.


Medical Service

Medical services are available at Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) on a fee-for-service basis. Your reunion name badge is your identification for admission to the clinic, which is located in the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center (formerly Holyoke Center), 75 Mount Auburn Street, and can be reached at 617-495-5711. The clinic is open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day throughout reunion week. If you are experiencing a life-threatening concern, call 911 (9-911 from a campus phone) or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. For more information about HUHS, visit huhs.harvard.edu.


The Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) is an important resource if you are lost, locked out of your building, or in need of help of any kind, and should be the first contact for any on-campus incidents. HUPD can be reached with any of the blue-lit emergency telephones in Harvard buildings and in public areas, or by calling 617-495-1212. If you are staying in University housing, ask your bellhop to point out the nearest emergency telephone when you are escorted to your room. Your registration packet includes a room key for access to your room and an electronic card for access to the building. You should lock your room at all times.

In the Event of an Emergency

The campus community will be notified through a variety of mechanisms including the web, email, and voicemail. The Harvard homepage will broadcast an alert and direct users to an emergency page outlining the University’s response. There will also be messages on the University’s 24-hour news line, 617-496-6397.


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