Alumni are vital to the ongoing success of ACU and can actively contribute to the University’s future. By sharing your knowledge and experience, you can inspire future generations and support the vision of ACU.
The ACU Alumni Office offers a range of engagement opportunities for alumni to get involved with University activities and reconnect with fellow alumni.
You can easily stay in touch with fellow graduates and the ACU community by getting involved with an Alumni Network or interest group.
Networks and Chapters offer opportunities for social and professional networking with alumni who share a location, field of study, professional area or other common interest. For more information about how to start a chapter, click here.
Graduation ceremonies take place during April and May (autumn) and September (spring) each year. Graduation Volunteers are always needed at each ceremony to greet guests, hand out graduation booklets and direct students and guests to appropriate seating areas.
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Expressions of interest should be emailed to the ACU Alumni Office.
The ACU Alumni Office encourages you to organise a reunion as a way of keeping in touch and rekindling friendships developed during your time at ACU. Reunions also provide the opportunity for alumni to get together, reflect on their time at ACU, network, and reconnect with the University.
The ACU Alumni Office provides a range of services to all reunion organisers that will make your event a great success.
How we can help:
For further information and assistance regarding reunions, please phone +61 2 9739 2534 or email email@example.com
Would you like to help ACU students get a practical start to understanding their chosen career profession and industry?
As a developing initiative coordinated by the ACU Alumni Office and Careers Office, alumni are invited to participate in a student mentoring program that helps students move from study to a professional career.
What can students (mentees) gain from the program?
What can alumni (mentors) gain from the program?
For further information about becoming an Alumni Mentor, please contact the ACU Alumni Office.
Social, economic and political relationships are a critical dimension of human existence. In this context, Catholic universities have a special role through the formation of staff and students in the service of the common good.
Through learning and teaching, research and community engagement, Australian Catholic University makes its own distinctive contribution to human wellbeing. With your support we can continue and enhance this contribution.
For more information about supporting your University, go to www.acu.edu.au/giving/
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