A global alumni community
You are part of a network of over 100,000 alumni worldwide. There are many reasons to stay connected with the Surrey community and get involved:
Do you believe in the power of education to transform lives? We do. That's why we're asking you to give a gift to support students and fund game-changing research in our 50th year.
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Leave a legacy
Check out our alumni profiles to find out what people have been up to and their reflections on how their time at Surrey has helped them.
Find out all you need to know by in our handy step-by-step guides.
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Saudi academic Dr Lina Hammad has been named as the alumna of the year for 2016 for her inspirational work as dean of the only female university in the kingdom, empowering and encouraging staff and students to succeed and use their knowledge to help and educate society.
Psychology graduate Mick Finlay has had his first book, a historical crime novel set in Victorian London, published.
A psychology graduate and her father have written an e-book that highlights the art and science of managing primary and secondary schools.
The University of Surrey is a charity and its continued success relies on the support of our alumni, friends, businesses and entrepreneurs. There are many ways you can get involved:
This year our appeals are focusing on improving facilities and supporting students facing financial hardship.
Gift your time and expertise - we have opportunities from one-off events to ongoing activities.
Find out how the generosity of our supporters has made a huge difference to our students and the research we fund.
The University has developed a large number of partnerships with companies across the globe, thanks to our worldwide alumni network.
Paul Milsom’s connection with the Food and Wine Society stretches back 30 years as student founder and alumni volunteer.
The University and The Pirbright Institute have been awarded £1.2m to spearhead research into animal health and innovation.
A scholarship supported by Qube Learning, owned by graduate Gavin Whichello, is funding a study on autism