Development and Alumni Relations Office
The Development and Alumni Relations Office offer a range of services and benefits for our alumni. Click on the links below to find out more.
Bangoriad, Bangor University’s magazine for alumni and friends, is circulated annually to all of our alumni. It’s our way of letting you know what is happening in your old University departments and features articles, updates on alumni, news on fundraising activities and alumni events.
Make sure you receive your copy of Bangoriad by letting us know your current contact details here.
Click here to see the Bangoriad archive.
If you would like to help us reduce our mailing costs by opting to receive the Bangoriad via email only, please let us know by completing our form here.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office send quarterly e-newsletters to our alumni with details on the latest University news. To receive our e-newsletters, let us know your email address here.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office is happy to try to put you in touch with friends whose addresses you may have lost. Although we cannot give out names and addresses, if we have details for your former classmates we can contact them on your behalf.
If you would like us to search for lost friends, please contact us with your classmate’s full name, subject of study and year of graduation.
Alternatively you can post a message on our Message Board.
If you would like to organise your own reunion, the Development and Alumni Relations Office is here to help! Contact us on + 44 (0)1248 388332 for more information.
If you live in or around Bangor you may want to continue using the Library and we can arrange for you to have a library card to continue to access the University’s library.
The Alumni borrowing entitlement is 6 items on loan at any one time. Please note that some categories of stock are not available for borrowing by associate borrowers, such as short loan items and electronic access is not included.
To request library access, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you trying to contact lost friends? Are you interested in organising a small reunion?
The Message Board is a facility for Bangor Alumni to display and exchange messages. Click here to view or add messages.
The Student Records Office in the University’s Academic Registry can provide you with a copy of your transcript. Click here for details on how to obtain a copy of your University transcript.
If you require a replacement certificate you will need to contact the University of Wales Registry in Cardiff. There is a charge for replacement certificates. Click here for further information.
Further information can be found on our Academic Registry pages.
A range of gifts, accessories and memorabilia with past University branding is available through the Ede and Ravenscroft alumni shop, Click here
To view the range of current Bangor University branded goods available, Click here
‘Alumni Bangor’ is a member of Amazon Associates and receives a small commission from Amazon.co.uk for every item sold via this link on our website. (Link: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/alumni/amazon.php.en) You won’t pay any extra for items bought this way and all commission will be donated to the Student Opportunities Fund – supporting scholarships, bursaries and other student awards at Bangor.
In conjunction with MBNA, Bangor University is pleased to offer a credit card to our alumni. It has been carefully designed to both promote Bangor University and provides great value for you with attractive rates and benefits. More information...
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Access to careers advice and information can be just as important to you after graduation as when you were a student. If you are looking for work after graduation or wish to change your career visit our Career and Employability Service for further information on our careers service for graduates.
Are you considering returning to Bangor for further study and research? Order a Postgraduate prospectus here.
Lifelong Learning at Bangor University provides high quality and flexible part-time educational opportunities across North Wales – from individual modules to part-time undergraduate and Masters level study. Visit their website for more information.