Each year we organise alumni milestone reunions of 20, 30, 40 and 50 years. We endeavour to contact you by letter or email with details of your upcoming event if you are celebrating one of these milestone years.
You can Update your contact details here so that we can inform you of your upcoming reunion and help us spread the word with your fellow graduates.
We also have a programme of other class reunions and networking events, which help connect and re-connect you with each other and your school. Whether you are based in Ireland or abroad, the Alumni Relations office is here to maintain these close links. Organising a reunion is an ideal way to get together with friends and reminisce about your University days.
If you would like to organise a reunion with your former classmates or perhaps you'd like to set up a networking evening for alumni in your area, please contact us to help guide you through this process and promote your event to fellow graduate by email and with our alumni social media platforms.
The Cumann Caoga Bliain Reunion was to be held in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway on June 3rd, 2020. Due to COVID-19, this event is now postponed until further notice. Please contact us for further details.
Your annual alumni magazine Cois Coiribe is published to keep graduates connected and up to date on University and alumni news and developments. Read about your fellow alumni below.
All graduates of NUI Galway are entitled to free lifetime access to the library. There is a charge if you want to borrow books shown in the table below. In order to join the library as a graduate you will need to provide proof of graduation such as a copy of either your transcripts or your conferring parchment. Alternatively you can contact us in the Gate Lodge to obtain a proof of graduation. Once you have the proof of graduation, please follow the How to apply section for your libary card.
Career and Mentoring
We assist in general queries on a day to day basis post-graduation. Post graduate Career support is offered through the Career Development Centre, which provides students and graduates up to three years quality career guidance. This information service is focused on facilitating and empowering students and alumni to manage their career development.
The Student Registry Helpdesk is your point of call for ordering transcripts. There is a 10 working day processing period for standard transcripts & a five week processing period for archive transcripts (pre 1986) There will be times that this process time will be extended due to huge numbers of Transcript Requests as this is required by the service to deal with all requests. Under the Data Protection Act Transcript Request Forms must be signed by the student whose results are being requested .
Under the Data Protection Act we cannot discuss the student's results with anyone other than the student themselves.
1 year results €4 (2 copies)
2 years results €8 (2 copies)
Complete set of results €10 (2 copies)
Contact the Student Registry Helpdesk for further details.
The Alumni Fund plays a significant role in the advancement of NUI Galway's strategic priorities by funding both capital and programmatic projects. We hope, that as a graduate, you will support our efforts to further enhance the reputation of your alma mater as a pioneering University with a reputation of international standing. Contact Galway University Foundation for further details.
Alumni Links is an online alumni quarterly ezine to keep you connected to your alma mater.
Be a part of NUI Galway's exciting new programmes by supporting the Alumni Fund & Student Scholarships