If you are a graduate of ECU, you are part of a global alumni community. We encourage you to stay in touch with us, so that we can provide you with support and benefits for life.
Additionally, as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander graduate, you also become a valued member of the Rock Solid Foundations cohort.
If you, or someone you know graduated from ECU or one of its predecessors, we would love to hear from you.
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The 28 November, 2011 marked the 60th anniversary of Edith Cowan University’s first Aboriginal graduate, who was also the first qualified Aboriginal teacher in Western Australia.
A special sundowner event celebrated this occasion, including the unveiling of the foundation tribute to recognise ECU’s then 501 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Alumni between the years of 1951-2010. This anniversary event has grown to become the flagship annual celebration to attract Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Alumni back to ECU to re-connect and network. Where possible, this event is held on or as close to the anniversary date.
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