- How do I become a member of the Australian Catholic University Alumni Network?
- How can I update my details with the ACU Alumni Network?
- How do I unsubscribe from receiving ACU Alumni communications?
- How can I contact other ACU graduates?
- How do I obtain a copy of my academic transcript?
- How do I obtain a replacement testamur?
- What is the post nominal for the degree I graduated with?
- My ACU email is no longer working, who do I contact?
- How do I access the ACU library?
1. How do I become a member of the ACU Alumni Network?
All graduates are automatically members of ACU Alumni. There is no cost involved, and membership is open to graduates of the University and former predecessor institutions.
To update your personal and contact details please complete the ACU Alumni update your details form.
If you no longer wish to receive ACU Alumni communications, please email your request to email@example.com.
The ACU alumni office can help reconnect graduates with fellow classmates – just complete the Alumni reconnect form.
Though we cannot directly provide you with the details of a graduate, if we have the relevant information we will do our best to get in touch with your request. It is then up to them to contact you. This is to ensure that the University complies with privacy regulations. Likewise we will never give your details to a third party without your consent.
The Request for Transcript (TR) form is available online. This form is used by current and past students to submit a request for an academic transcript and authorise a credit card payment (MasterCard, Visa and American Express).
Cost: $15 current students; $16.50 past students.
Alumni will need to complete a Request for Replacement Testamur (RT) form including a statutory declaration, and forward completed paperwork with payment to the ACU Graduation Office.
Post nominals are letters placed after an individual's name to indicate education qualifications, title of office, or decoration/honour.
The post nominal that may be used by an ACU graduate is the abbreviation of the completed university degree. The letters are inserted after the surname and can be used on items such as business cards and resumes.
Example: Peter Smith graduated with a bachelor-level degree in education. The post nominal would be written as Peter Smith Bed.
You can refer to the Australian Catholic University Post Nominal Guide for your specific degree post nominal and further post nominal guidelines.
For all enquiries about accessing alumni emails or resetting passwords please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your query. Please include your Student ID number.
9. How do I access the ACU library?
Graduates can continue to use the ACU libraries around the country for a fee of just $55 per annum. Please view the Alumni borrowers information. Look here to find out more about the opening hours and contact details for each campus.