Welcome to the University of Tasmania alumni community
As a graduate of the University of Tasmania, you are part of a vibrant global family of over 120,000 of our alumni that live and work on all continents around the world and across approximately 110 countries.
Through the University you have access to a wide range of events and opportunities to extend your network or reconnect with former classmates.
The University also offers a number of lifelong learning, career enhancement and student mentoring opportunities.
We encourage you to keep your contact details updated with our Alumni Relations Office so we can continue to keep you informed about all the exclusive opportunities available to you as a graduate of the University of Tasmania.
The Alumni news magazine is emailed or posted free-of-charge to all alumni. To change your mode of delivery or update your details, please email Alumni.Office@utas.edu.au.
To hear about networking opportunities, public forums and events and the latest University news, please follow the University of Tasmania Alumni on Facebook.
There are many ways you can stay involved with the University of Tasmania
Volunteering your time to assist other alumni, current students and the wider university community can be personally rewarding and also a great way to meet new people. So get involved today!
Giving to the University of Tasmania has the power to change lives, shape our community and improve the world we live in. Donations can help talented students rise above financial or circumstantial disadvantage.
Whether it be further study, professional development, opportunities to mentor students, or one on one consultations with career advisors, we can assist with your career development throughout your working life.
In November last year, University of Tasmania alumni who graduated 40+ years ago gathered together at the University Club, Sandy Bay campus, to reconnect, reminisce and hear from Professor Tim McCormack, Dean and alumnus of the Faculty of Law.
He spoke fondly of his time as a student and his delight in being able to return to the University and Tasmania. Here is a snapshot of this wonderful event and the moving words from Professor McCormack.