As alumni you are part of a global community of over 148,000 graduates in more than 180 countries.
Are you graduating in July? If so, sign up for your FREE Class of 2018 t-shirt online and collect it from the Alumni stand on your Graduation Day.
And - don't miss out! Make sure we have your email address so you can keep in touch with the University and your fellow graduates. You'll receive invitations for alumni events around the world, the quarterly e-newsletter and much more.
Provide your email address either via the Eventbrite registration page or by emailing email@example.com.
As alumni you have access to Lancaster Online, where you can check and update your details, connect with old university friends and access free online resources.
Find out about events, including reunions, fundraisers and public lectures.
Thursday 14 June 2018, 9:00am to Monday 17 September 2018, 9:00am
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 10:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Tuesday 3 July 2018, 7:30pm to 10:00pm
As soon as you graduate from Lancaster you have access to a range of benefits and services.
To order degree certificates, transcripts, High Education Achievement Records (HEAR) and Confirmation of Award letters, please visit our Alumni document ordering pages.
As alumni you have access to lifetime support from your careers service.
You can log in to TARGETconnect to access online support from our careers team. This provides a number of resources, including:
As alumni, our Knowledge Bank is also available to you to support you in career planning. This contains careers information and resources, as well as graduate recruitment and labour market insights.
If you are starting-up a business or are a new entrepreneur, you can also visit Lancaster University Enterprise Centre to access alumni support.
Fancy a souvenir to commemorate your time at Lancaster? You can visit our online shop which offers an assortment of products; from LU hoodies to our own Lancaster University Graduate Bear!
You can also choose from our range of Lancaster University memorabilia:
As Lancaster Alumni you can join as an Alumni Library Member for a discounted annual fee. As alumni you can also use selected Library e-resources, access online journals and other academic databases for free of charge. Visit our Alumni Library pages for further information.
Alumni can receive discounts on University programmes, as well as retaining access to a number of facilities on campus for a discounted rate.
Want to expand your skills and enhance your career through postgraduate study at Lancaster? We offer an Alumni Loyalty Scholarship, a reduction in tuition fees to all taught Master's programmes for eligible applicants.
As alumni you can also receive a discount on your Lancaster University Sports Centre membership.
Book to stay in one of Lancaster's top hotels, Lancaster House Hotel, and enjoy a reduced alumni rate.
Enjoy your special day or host an event with Lancaster Conferences, and receive some fantastic benefits:
To check availability and book your event please contact the Lancaster Conferences team on 01524 592444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and simply mention the 'Alumni Offer' when making your booking.
We welcome our alumni to come back and visit our campus. Whether you're here for an event, to use the sports facilities, or to attend an award-winning performance, Lancaster University campus is open to you.
You can also stay at our guest rooms on campus.
Steps is the official Lancaster University alumni magazine. You can catch up with the latest alumni news, features, events, exclusive interviews and more.
As a Lancaster graduate you can receive a free copy of Steps Alumni Magazine. The magazine is produced annually and is mailed to your preferred address. In order to keep receiving your copy, remember to keep your contact details up-to-date.
Download the most recent editions of Steps:
Do you have a story that will make a good feature in the next issue? Let us know by emailing email@example.com
In Lucy's first term at Lancaster she developed severe mobility problems and had to defer her place. She was later diagnosed with a rare spinal cord condition that eventually left her paralysed from the waist down. Since leaving Lancaster in a wheelchair, she is now trying to raise £80,000 to buy a Re-Walk exoskeleton device to help her walk again.
David Shackleton (Shack) - History and Politics, 1988, Fylde - is MD of Phantom Music Management currently overseeing the antics of metal band, Iron Maiden.
A surprise delivery of innocent smoothies to Joe McEwan’s undergraduate house in Lancaster - including a hand-written note - made such an impression that it spurred him to apply for a job with the company when he graduated.
Graham Beck’s sees his career as divided into three clear sections - practising psychologist, prison programmes manager and now as Governor of HMP Kirkham.
Jim Edwards (Sociology, 1991, Cartmel) describes how an interest in journalism at Lancaster led to setting up the UK office of Business Insider UK.
James Jenkins-Yates (Politics, 2011, County) spotted a gap in the market to service properties for absent property owners.
Since 2001, through the support of over 3,800 alumni and friends of Lancaster University, over 250 projects across campus have been funded.
Some examples include:
Would you like to support the work we do? Visit our Giving pages.
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