A dynamic online class report, the Virtual Red Book allows you to easily view your classmates’ profile details, read their essays and remembrances, and view their photos. The deadline for reviewing or updating your profile was Friday, April 22. Submissions are now closed, but we encourage you to view your classmates’ profiles at the following links:
Virtual Red Book pages
Viewing the Virtual Red Book requires you to claim your HarvardKey if you haven’t done so yet. HarvardKey is the University’s single, convenient log-in for access to online resources, providing simpler, more secure access to the University’s applications and services.
IF YOU HAVE NOT SET UP YOUR HARVARDKEY
- Visit https://key.harvard.edu and click on the Claim Your HarvardKey link.
- Click the Alumni tab and follow the instructions
Please note: You will need your unique 10-digit HAA ID number. You can find this number in the emails you receive regarding Reunion.
ONCE YOU HAVE YOUR HARVARDKEY
- Visit the Virtual Red Book site and log in using your HarvardKey user name and password.
Questions regarding your HarvardKey?
Please contact HLS Alumni Records at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class Report (Red Book)
Click on one of the links below to access your password-protected Class Report (Red Book). Please note: Passwords are case-sensitive. Also, the reports are designed for reading only and cannot be printed.
A note for Safari users:
It’s come to our attention that some alumni are having difficulty opening these password-protected files when using the Safari web browser. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Our IT experts recommend these steps:
- Click on the appropriate link above.
- When the document opens, you may see just a grey screen. If this happens, using the Safari toolbar, choose File, then Save As, and save the Class Report file to your computer.
- Open the saved file. You should then see the password window and be able to enter the password for your class. Since the pdf is password-protected, you will need to re-enter the password each time you open the file.