If you’re graduating this December (congratulations, you’re a #LivUniGrad!), you’re about to join our global family of 219,000 University of Liverpool alumni. From course discounts through to your free alumni pin badge, here are three things we think you should know about.
Your Alumni Relations team will be in the Guild and out and about on campus during graduation – so make sure you go and say hello and collect your shiny new alumni pin badge and Class of 2018 pen. While you’re there, don’t forget to take a picture in the graduation photo booth – it’s free!
Although you may no longer be studying with us, it doesn’t mean your relationship with the University is over. We still want to support you and stay in touch after graduation. One of the reasons we’d like to keep in contact is to let you know about the huge variety of benefits available to you as a #LivUniGrad.
Graduate benefits include:
Make sure you update your contact details today so that you can still gain access to these benefits once your University email account expires.
Visit your Class of 2018 website for discounts at some of Liverpool’s top hotels for friends and family during graduation week.
Visit the Study discounts webpage to find out what discounts and scholarships you could receive on postgraduate courses.
You can browse official University class rings, cufflinks and on the Annotated Studios stall in the Guild during graduation week.
Class of 2018
To find out more about the benefits of being a Liverpool graduate, and join your alumni community, visit the Class of 2018 website.
We hope you have a brilliant time celebrating your achievements with your family and friends!
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