- Your HBS Email Address, Login, and Password
Students may retain their email address and Outlook account after graduation. HBS email address and password do not change upon graduation. You will continue to use the HBS email address as your HBS Username to log into the HBS Alumni Website.
In the past, alumni were issued a LEFA, Lifelong E-mail Forwarding Address, which had a similar pattern as the student account. The LEFA acts as a forwarding address and login account for alumni who graduated prior to May 2016.
On the Alumni Website any references to LEFA login should be considered synonymous with HBS login.
- Appropriate Use
HBS has provided you with a an HBS email address so that you can stay better connected with the School and with your classmates. HBS email addresses are not
intended for purposes of promotion or solicitation.
HBS is capable of determining misuse of HBS email. In the case of misuse, HBS reserves the right to deactivate and/or
terminate a graduate's email account.
- Section listservs
The current listserv technology that exists for
each section (i.e. email@example.com) will no longer work after June 12.
The Alumni Web site has an online application, the (Email Your Class/Alumni Messaging Service) that allows you to email your section or your class after graduation.
To send an email message to your class or section, login in on the alumni home page, open the My HBS tab under your name, and then click on the Email Your Class link. You may then choose the appropriate class or section from the “Choose Your Audience” drop down in the “To” field.
Please note that the Email Your Class application has the same Appropriate Use
restrictions as your HBS email account is not intended for purposes of promotion
or solicitation. Misuse of the Email Your Class application can result in the
deactivation and/or termination of a graduate's email account and login account.