If you are a graduate of ECU, you are part of our global alumni community – welcome! We are delighted to have you as part of our 140,000-strong network of former ECU students. We encourage you to stay in touch with us, so that we can provide you with support and benefits for life. That may be through providing you with career support, helping you reconnect with old friends, access to a wide network of fellow alumni and a range of exciting events.
Monday 2 February, 6.30pm, Rooftop Movies Northbridge, free of charge
Join us for an exclusive alumni showing of classic movie Good Will Hunting at the Perth Fringe Festival venue ‘Rooftop Movies’. You are invited to join us from 6.30pm for drinks and networking with your fellow alumni, before the movie showing at 8pm. Registrations open in January.
Update your contact details with us, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and join our LinkedIn group to hear all the latest.
Use our Find a Friend service to get back in touch with other ECU alumni.
Or explore the latest edition of Edith, the new Edith Cowan University magazine.
Saturday’s sunshine saw record numbers attend our end of year, flagship event, Music under the Stars. It was fantastic to see so many alumni, students, staff and community fill the ECU Joondalup Campus to enjoy the grounds and live music on the 29 November, 2014.
Industry experts, alumni and invited guests attend an animated panel debate at ECU’s Kurongkurl Katitjin, our centre for Aboriginal Education and Research.
ECU’s new Alumni Mentoring Program launched last week, with industry leaders across disciplines returning to campus to meet their student mentee for the first time.
Supporting ECU philanthropically can make an incredible impact. The ECU Foundation attracts philanthropic and non-philanthropic support from individuals, alumni, business organisations, industry leaders and the general community. Donations and gifts assist ECU to fulfil its core mission of supporting and promoting teaching and learning, and the pursuit of education and excellence in research.