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We would like to keep in touch with you, one of the many alumni we are proud of, to share with you details of our many exciting alumni events (class reunions, cultural, career and networking events, the Carol Service, and life-long learning opportunities) and to seek your support for Maynooth University and its current students. 

Under new EU legislation (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR), which came into force on May 25th 2018, we’d like to take this opportunity to let you know that we’re GDPR compliant! You can review the University’s Data Protection Privacy Policy here

The Development and Alumni Relations Office is asking alumni to update their email preferences so we can keep you updated with event details and news from your alma mater. If you not currently receiving email correspondence from Maynooth University but would like to, please update your email consent preferences as shown below.

Maynooth University Development and Alumni Relations Office must, and will, only use the data provided by you with your consent and for the exact purpose for which you have given that consent. This protects you and it protects us. It also ensures we only send you the communications you want to receive – your choices and your data security is paramount.

How can I update my email preferences to stay in contact with the Development and Alumni Relations Office?

By email - Simply reply to this email

By telephone - give the Alumni Office a call at 01 474 7708, we’re happy to chat and assist you.

Via online registration - To update your email preferences via the Maynooth Alumni Online Community, be sure to register/login to  and update your email preferences.  

Please take the time to update your consent preferences so we can continue to provide you, as a Maynooth graduate, with the many benefits of being connected with the Maynooth Alumni Network and to help us create your personalized alumni experience.

Enquiries to Development and Alumni Relations Office, Maynooth University. Tel +353 (0) 1 708 6492