Alumni association

With a graduate population in excess of 28,000 and a growing network of friends, involvement in the Health Sciences Alumni Association provides you with the opportunity to assist us build vital, active and professional links with the University, the broader community and our current students in the following ways:

  • encourage Alumni to maintain contact with the University, the Health Sciences Alumni Association and with each other;
  • develop programs and activities to engage alumni in the life of the University and the Faculty of Health Sciences;
  • support and promote the interests of the Faculty Health Sciences and its alumni;
  • act as a centre for liaison with industry, commerce and community;
  • assist in the future development of the faculty and of tertiary education in the health sciences;
  • promote the nomination of health sciences alumni for various awards within the University and the community;
  • support the awarding of the Helga Pettitt FHS Postgraduate Study Award;
  • recognise leadership of alumni through the Faculty’s Alumni Award Program;
  • provide support for reunions, fundraising and development activities involving alumni.

Alumni Association AGM

The Faculty of Health Sciences Alumni Association plays an important role as a liaison between the faculty and its alumni. The Annual General Meeting will take place on WEDNESDAY 19 JULY 2017 between 6:00pm and 7.30pm at Camperdown Campus. All alumni of the Faculty of Health Sciences are welcome to attend. Please RSVP below before Friday 7 July.

Alumni who are interested in becoming more involved in supporting the work of the faculty and the achievement of graduates across the allied health workforce, are encouraged to complete the nomination form to join the Executive Committee, before Friday 7 July. The process is by self-nomination. The Association is formed by a minimum of 6, and a maximum of 18 Executive Committee members.

For further information about the Association, including the current Charter and role descriptions, please contact the Alumni Engagement Manager.

Alumni Programs and Benefits

There are many advantages to staying involved with the Faculty and the University, including access to networking events and reunions.

Participate in and enjoy a range of alumni programs and benefits aimed at expanding your personal and professional networks and keeping you involved in our activities.

Alumni Engagement Manager
Phone: 02 9036 5444