As an ACU Alumni you can take advantage of a wide range of discounts and services. Some of these are offered by ACU directly and can be found on our University benefits page. These include:
In addition to all this, alumni also receive invitations to special events and private lectures, as well as high quality free publications such as ACU alum.
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.
To ensure that you are invited to ACU events, and alumni gatherings please Update your details so we can keep you informed.
Graduates can continue to use the ACU libraries around the country for a small fee. Please view the Alumni borrowers information. Look here to find out more about the opening hours and contact details for each campus.
ACU has developed a number of postgraduate scholarships. Visit the Scholarships and Financial Support page to find out more.
A 10% rebate is offered to domestic ACU graduates (from any faculty) enrolling in full fee-paying postgraduate studies to commence studying in 2016 and until further notice.
View current information on postgraduate courses and the discount
Alumni will need to complete the Request for Replacement Testamur form and provide a statutory declaration outlining the circumstances of the loss/damage, and pay the applicable replacement fee.
Alumni enjoy a 20 per cent discount on private functions (such as business events and private weddings) at all ACU campuses (in available venues).
Rates are reasonable, and there are operational costs for set-up and bump-out, cleaning, security and utilities. Usage charges do not include catering. For more information contact the ACU alumni office .
Several alumni have celebrated their big day in the Barron Memorial Chapel at ACU's Strathfield Campus. The chapel was erected by the Christian Brothers of Australia and New Zealand to commemorate the golden jubilee of Brother Patrick Jerome Barron in 1925. The chapel, bell tower and arcade won architects Hennessy, Hennessy, Kessing & Co the Master Architect's Gold Medal in the Turin Exhibition in the mid-1920s.
Page last updated: 2017-06-16
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