The Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley (a merger of the the former Harvard Clubs of Andover and Lowell) welcomes alumni/ae, students, faculty and employees (and their families) from all Harvard-affiliated schools.
The Club represents 16 towns and cities surrounding Andover and Lowell. Organized as a 501 (c) (3) entity, the HCMV hosts cultural and educational events for its members and actively supports the University and the community at large.
Join the Club!
Membership runs calendar year.
For details regarding membership,
If you are unsure as to whether or not you are a current member, please CLICK HERE
for a current membership list.
Click to email Dennis Vecchi with membership questions.
Attend a Board Meeting
Interested in getting involved? Join us at a monthly meeting (usually the first Monday of the month). Click to email club President Steve Chapman for details.
CLICK HERE to see the Board members.
Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley, Inc.
PO Box 1041 | Andover, MA | 01845
HCMV sponsors a variety of cultural and educational events year 'round, including theater outings, wine-tastings, sports events, nature hikes, museum trips and more.
Through a reciprocity arrangement, members also may attend Harvard Club of the North Shore's (HCNS) events.
February 9, 2019, 7PM:
Harvard v. Cornell Men's Basketball
Join us at Lavietes Pavilion to cheer Harvard to victory. Optional pre-game dinner at John Harvard's Brewery and Ale House.
CLICK HERE for details.
May 21, 2019 (Tuesday)
The HCMV Annual Meeting
Palmers Restaurant, Andover
Save the Date. Details soon.
And more... See our Events Page
Local Charitable Support
The Club supports community charities, including Family Services of Merrimack Valley and others.
HCMV's mission includes interviewing local prospective students for Harvard University admission, representing Harvard at college fairs and providing scholarships for local Harvard students. If you are interested in joining the interview process, please email Dick Soo Hoo or call him at 978-470-2293.
HCMV's academic support goes well beyond Harvard admissions. We encourage excellence through recognition of local high school students with the Harvard Prize Book Award. The Prize is awarded annually to selected Junior year H.S. students within our 16 towns and cities. Enterprise Bank generously sponsors this effort.
The Club has recently embarked upon an ambitious program to advise local high school students in their effort to gain admission to selective colleges and universities (Harvard and others).
Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley