Alumnus or Alumni?

Along with the pomp and ceremony of graduations, as a UTS graduate you have now earned your place in the UTS alumni community!

So what does it all mean?

Get the lowdown on the Latin definitions here!

Alumnus means a male graduate or former student of an institution.

Alumna is the female form of alumnus, and the plural form for female graduates is alumnae.

Alumni is technically the plural male form, but it is often used as the plural for graduates of all genders – including you!

Alumni Benefits

But you don’t just earn a fancy Latin descriptor upon graduation! Our UTS alumni community consists of over 210,000 graduates who are working to make a difference in more than 140 countries around the globe. As a graduate of UTS, you enjoy a range of exclusive benefits.

From career services to help you find your dream job, meeting like-minded professionals at exclusive talks and workshops, savings on further study, access to the UTS Library, volunteer opportunities, global alumni networks and meet ups – and more – there's a world of benefits and opportunities ahead!

Make sure you’re informed about the latest news and opportunities for alumni by letting us know where you are and what you're up to! Let us know the best contact for you here.