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Regional and special interest networks and residential colleges

Networks are a great way to stay connected to your fellow alumni

Expand your connections with alumni in your region and others with similar interests, or stay in touch with your residential college.

Keep in touch with fellow alumni through Sydney Alumni Magazine (SAM), our email newsletter SAM Extra, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Weibo.

All you have to do is keep your details up to date and you won't miss out on anything, including invitations to events and other news.

If you're interested in becoming more involved with your local network find out more information below, or contact us.

Regional and special interest networks

The University of Sydney Canberra Alumni Association was established in 2009.

All alumni who have a home or work address in Canberra are automatically members of the association, which holds events in Canberra throughout the year.

View upcoming events on our event calendar.

Alex Baxter
T +61 2 8627 0921
Alexandra.Baxter@sydney.edu.au

The Western NSW Alumni Network collaborates with the University of Sydney and the School of Rural Health in Dubbo. The network hosts events in the Dubbo region each year.

All alumni who have a home or work address in the Western NSW region are automatically members of the Western NSW Alumni Network.

View upcoming events on our event calendar.

Geoff Wise (BVSc '69)
Convenor, Western NSW Alumni Network
alumni.office@sydney.edu.au

The Sydney University Graduate Choir is dedicated to high-quality performances of great choral music by the established masters and by contemporary composers.

View upcoming events on our event calendar.

David Moser
President Sydney University Graduate Choir
president@sugc.com.au

As a Friend of the University of Sydney Library you'll support the network of information of which the library is an integral part, and become part of a personal network of like-minded people with a common interest in the library's work.

View upcoming events on our event calendar.

Debra Perik (BSc '81)
President
alumni.office@sydney.edu.au

The University of Sydney Union Alumni and Friends Association (USUAAF) provides networking opportunities, mentoring and celebrating cultural achievements of the union community.

Damian Furlong
President USUAAF
usuaaf@gmail.com

Established in 1977 on the initiative of the late Sir Hermann Black, the Chancellor's Committee is a group of volunteers who raise money for projects of University-wide significance.

Les Bailey (BA '73 BSocStud '75)
President
the.cc@sydney.edu.au

An education is a great asset. Among other things, the Chancellor’s Committee raises funds for scholarships. It is rewarding to think that my volunteer work is helping to give someone an opportunity to gain an education which they may not otherwise have had.
Les Bailey (BA ’73 BSocStud ’75), President of the Chancellor’s Committee