The Fox Club, one of Harvard's eight original all-male final clubs, became the second final club to accept women into its membership on Monday, the Harvard Crimson reported.
An email sent to prospective members of the club said that a group of women had become members of the club, and that the club intended to transition to being fully co-ed over the next year.
The move comes six weeks after the Spee Club, another formerly all-male final club, voted to invite women to participate in its punch process. It is still unclear whether women have been admitted into the Spee Club, as the punch process is still ongoing.
Undergraduate officers wrote in a letter to the Fox Club's graduate board that they felt that Harvard had forced their hand, noting that they feared repercussions from administrators if they did not make the move by Nov. 1, according to a separate report by The Crimson.