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.
Wednesday 3 May, 6pm, Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, $10, All proceeds from tickets go towards equity scholarships at ECU
Save the date because ECU is excited to be bringing our 'Leading Insights' event to the alumni community again in 2017. This year, we are joined by Australian cricket hero, Justin Langer. His story is sure to be an inspiration. Look out for your email invitation coming out in late March to register.
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.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to offer an ECU email address for life following graduation. Your ECU email address will now be archived 6 months after your graduation. If you have graduated more than 12 months ago you will no longer be able to access your ECU email address after 1 September 2016 (unless you are also a currently enrolled student). If this is the only email address we hold for you, we would strongly encourage you to update your contact details with us with an alternative email address.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Aimed specifically at new graduates this workshop will equip you with some of the skills you need most as you start out on your new career. Come along and find out from our guest speaker, Brian Briscoe what employers are looking for, and how to make strong connections to set you up for the future.
Thursday, 19 January 2017
Professor Di Twigg, Dean of ECU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery along with her team of three other staff from the school are taking part in this year’s Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim with all proceeds raised going towards the Doreen Collyer Nursing Scholarship Fund.
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