Congratulations and welcome!
After years of hard work you've finally made it and you're now a proud graduate of the University of Canberra!
While your time as a student might have finished, your association with the University of Canberra has only just begun. Our mission at the Alumni Office is to provide you learning opportunities for life. Whether its in your chosen field, general career or personal life we want to continue to help you develop your skills and grow as an individual.
On graduation you automatically joined our free network of more than 70,000 alums who have studied at the University of Canberra and Canberra College of Advanced Education. We are proud of all of our graduates and have created a program to meet the needs of all of our alumni.
Make sure your details are up to date
With so many benefits to being part of our community we would like to be able to contact as many of our Alumni as possible. Having your contact details means we can keep you in the loop about things happening on campus, tell you about great opportunities where you can be more involved, and help you to continue to develop your work and life skills.
How to make the most of being an Alumnus of UC
The great thing about our programs is that you can choose the level you would like to be involved and the benefits you can get out of it.
It doesn't matter if you still live in Canberra or have moved to a far corner of the globe, we have something for everyone. Read our comprehensive guide to making the most of being an alumnus of the University of Canberra.
Keep on learning!
Studying might be the last thing on your mind right now but we have some great resources available for new graduates to help you transition from student life into the workplace. We also have great information available from many of our expert staff and alumni to help you continue to develop personally and grow your life skills.
See some of our articles below to help with your transition, and don't forget to keep an eye on our blog Canvas for all of our latest articles.