Who are we?

The Harvard Secular Society is Harvard’s undergraduate community for those who identify as atheists, agnostics, skeptics, unbelievers, “not sure”, or otherwise non-religious. We seek to foster a community for non-religious students at Harvard College and to foster discussion about issues relating to humanism and secularism. Accordingly, HSS sponsors events, discussions, and social functions on campus, and works closely with the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard (HCH).

The Harvard Secular Society welcomes members of every gender, ethnicity, religious background, and sexuality.

We seek to maintain a positive and communicative relationship with other religious and political groups on campus, and welcome our responsibility to give back to the community, lending support to community service and political campaigns affecting secularism or Humanism.

We meet for discussion and snacks every Friday from 4:00-5:30 at the Humanist Chaplaincy’s space on the third floor of 12 Eliot St.

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