The Harper Adams Club is the heart of our alumni community. Established in 1920 and with a memberships of more than 12,000 former students and staff from over 70 countries, it's the perfect way to connect with former classmates and colleagues.
The club is run by a committee of former students, along with the Alumni Office at Harper Adams, who meet around four times a year to organise social and networking events, as well as the club's scholarship programme.
Membership of the Harper Adams Club is free and open to all former students and staff. To join, please contact the Alumni Office.
If you're interested in joining the Harper Adams Club committee, you should contact the Alumni Office. We're particularly interested in hearing from those who'd like represent alumni who've graduated in the last ten years.
As a member of the Harper Adams Club, you can join one of our local alumni associations for free.
Harper Adams in Ireland supports Irish students in their studies and alumni in their careers. The association organises regular meetings, dinners and conferences and sends out a twice-yearly update to its members. Harper Adams in Ireland has charity status (reference number XR 15511) - to find out more about this and its constitution, contact the Harper Adams in Ireland secretary.
Harper Cymry is open to all Harper Adams Club members living in or originating from Wales. The association has held a number of dinners, as well as an annual reception at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show. The Harper Cymry student award is presented annually in conjunction with the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society to promote excellence among students, while celebrating their Welsh connections. If you would like to help organise an alumni event in Wales please contact the Alumni Office