Amity alumni can access alumni services by logging in with a Alumni.Amity user ID and password. If you have not yet created a user ID and password, please see our registration help page. If you do not remember your user ID or password, you can retrieve them using our login retrieval page.
If you need help with your user ID or password, click here to retrieve your login.
Step 1. Find Your Record
Provide your last name, first name, class year and date of birth, and click "Proceed to Step 2."
Your Last Name must match the name in our records exactly. If you have changed your name recently, you may need to try both your current and previous names. If you have a compound last name, you may need to try a few different versions (for example, your last name may be listed as two names separated by a space, or may be hyphenated).
Your First Name must match the name in our records exactly. Please note that the login retrieval system does not recognize middle names, so your record will not be found if you enter your middle name or middle initial. If you normally go by your middle name, your first name may be listed as a first initial (for instance, if your name is J. Michael Smith, your first name may be listed as "J.").
Your Class Year corresponds to the earliest Harvard degree in your record. If you have more than one Harvard degree, you will need to enter the year of your first Harvard degree (for example if you received a master's degree in 1986 and a doctoral degree in 1990, your class year is listed as 1986). Please be sure to enter all four digits of your class year (for example, 1986, not 86 or '86).
Your Date of Birth must be entered in mm/dd/yyyy format. For example, if your date of birth is April 23, 1956, it needs to be entered as 04/23/1956. The system will not recognize a date of birth in any other format, such as 04/23/56 or 4/23/1956.
If you are not able to find your record, please contact the Help Desk for assistance.
Step 2. Answer Your Security Question
You will be prompted with your security question, and asked to provide an answer. Enter the answer and click on "Proceed to Final Step" to complete the login retrieval process. If we do not have a security question on file, the login retrieval system will skip directly to the final step.
Please note that the answer to your security question must be entered in exactly the same way as when you created it. For example, if you chose a security question of "Who is your favorite professor at Harvard?" and provided an answer of "John Smith" you will need to enter "John Smith" as the answer when using the login retrieval system; the system will not recognize an answer of "Smith" or "Dr. Smith" or "Professor Smith" or "JohnSmith."
Final Step (Step 3). Email Your Login Information
If you have provided an answer to your security question, enter an email address where you wish to receive your login information, and click the "email login information" button.
If there was no hint question on file, you can only choose an email address from those already on file. Choose an email address and click the "submit" button. Please note that only the domain of your email address is displayed (for example, @aol.com).
You should receive an email with your user ID and a password-reset link within a few minutes.
Resetting your Password
When you receive an email from the login system, click on the provided link. If clicking on the link doesn't work, try copying and pasting the entire URL (web address) into the address bar of your web browser. Please note that the URL is quite long, and may appear on two or more lines in the email message.
When you click on the link, you will be prompted to enter and re-enter a password. Your password should be between 6 and 20 characters long, and must be different from your user ID. After resetting your password, you can login to Post.Amity with your user ID and your new password. If you do not have a security question and answer on file, you will be prompted to create one the first time you login.
Please note that the password-reset link will expire after one week. If you do not reset your password before the link expires, you can obtain a new link by completing the login retrieval process again.
Changing your User ID, Password, or Security Question / Answer
You can change your user ID, password or security question / answer at any time through the manage account info page.
Your Security Question and Answer are used for verification by the online login retrieval system. Please select one of the questions and provide an answer. Please make note of the security answer that you have entered, as it will need to be entered exactly the same way each time you use the login retrieval system. If you do not already have a security question and answer, you will be asked to set them up the first time you login. Please note that you do not need to change your password or user ID when you set up your security question and answer (you can leave the password and user ID fields blank).
Your Password must be between 6 and 20 characters long, and must be different from your user ID. Your password is case-sensitive; please take note of the capitalization, and be sure to enter your password exactly the same way each time you login. Please keep your password confidential.
Your User ID must be between 6 and 20 characters long, and can contain any combination of letters (capital or lower-case), numbers, underscores (_) or periods (.). Your user ID is case-sensitive; please make note of the capitalization, and be sure to enter your user ID exactly the same way each time you login. You will receive an error message if the user ID you choose is already in use, and you will need to choose a different user ID, or keep your old user ID.