Frequently Asked Questions about Development and Alumni Relations.
I have just been offered a new job and my employers would like to see a transcript of subjects studied, how would I obtain a transcript?
Who is considered an alumnus/a and how do I become one?
We consider an alumnus/a as someone who has studied at Glasgow Caledonian University or one of its founding institutions. This might include postgraduate, undergraduate, short courses or Continual Performance Development programmes.
Once you have studied or graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University you are automatically considered an alumnus/a from the University. Soon after graduation you will receive a welcome letter and magazine detailing the benefits and activities available for alumni.
I am a graduate and would like to use the gym facilities, do I get a discount?
All graduates from Glasgow Caledonian University and its founding institutions are able to get discounted rates for use in the Arc Sports Centre. Remember to bring your old matriculation card or some evidence that you have studied at the University and you will be rewarded with a special alumni discount for use for the Arcs facilities. If you do not have your old matriculation card then don’t worry, staff members at the Arc will still be able to assist you. Alumni Arc Membership can be found here
I have just been offered a new job and my employers would like confirmation of my degree, how would I obtain confirmation?
Confirmation of awards can be requested from the Graduation and Awards Unit in the Registry Department. Please follow this link for more information Confirmation of Award.
I have lost my degree certificate, can I get a replacement?
Replacement certificates can be requested from the Graduation and Awards Unit in the Registry Department. Please follow this link for more information Replacement Certificate request.
I have lost contact with some of my friends from university and would like to get back in touch with them. How can I contact them?
If you have lost touch with a friend from your student days then we can check our database to try and trace them for you. While we are unable to give out addresses for individuals (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998), we will happily forward mail on your behalf. Please contact Lindsey Becket, Alumni Relations Officer, on 0 or email@example.com
I have moved house and would still like to receive 大发软件 Alumni magazine, how do I update my address?
The easiest way to update your contact information is through our online update form. This is a simple and quick way of registering your new details which will allow us to continue sending you information from your university.