Update your Details

As a graduate of one of our antecedent institutions, you are part of the UTS alumni community but we may not have your most up to date contact details.

As a member of this community you can enjoy all the benefits of the alumni network including our newest, Alumni Advantage, giving you 10% saving on full fee paying courses in either undergraduate or postgraduate study.

Other benefits include regular communications through our newsletter and Tower magazine, invitations to special events, networking opportunities and access to the UTS Library.

Graduates from our founding institutions are also offered the exclusive opportunity to receive a commemorative certificate of recognition for your studies and your status as a member of the UTS alumni community.

How do I update my details?

The first step is to complete the registration form so we can verify your details. Information including date of birth and gender are required to ensure a correct match of records.

Once your details have been verified, you become a member of the UTS alumni member community straight away. We’ll also let you know how you can order your commemorative certificate of recognition. A fee of $20 is charged to cover printing and postage.

What happens if your record isn’t in our database?

If your record cannot be verified on the UTS database, we will ask you to provide a copy of your testamur, transcript or other evidence.

If you are unable to supply this, a manual search of the UTS files can be carried out free of charge. While every effort will be undertaken to verify student information from former institutions, unfortunately in some instances this may not be possible.

Please note that verifying graduate information from former institutions can take up to two weeks.

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