It's easy, it's free and it will be worth your while! Plus, you can sign-up for any alumni events that catch your eye including the ever popular Carol Service and alumni reception afterwards, our Summer Soirée (cultural evening for alumni and friends) and the annual Maynooth Alumni Reunion. Be the first to know about career opportunities, the latest lectures in our alumni lecture series, music and cultural events on campus, summer camps for teenagers or Mathematics Support Centre initiatives - we'll keep you posted. And if you're abroad, no need to feel left out - we have international Chapters and a variety of social media channels to keep you connected.
Register with your Online Community so you can ensure your contact details are up to date and we can ensure you don't miss anything!
To help alumni in their professional career, the Development and Alumni Office will regularly advertise job openings on social media.
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The Development and Alumni Office is also delighted to support initiatives which assist students and alumni with their careers.
If you have any positions in your company that you'd like to share with the Maynooth Alumni Network, then just complete this Job Vacancy Form. Any job opportunities made known to the Development and Alumni Office will be validated by the Career Development Centre, advertised on the jobs pages on the Centre's website and communicated to our alumni.
Similarly, if you have opportunities within your company for placements or internships that you would like to make known to Maynooth graduates, please get in touch with the Development and Alumni Office.
The Student Records and Registration Office can provide copies of exam transcripts or a previously registered letter. An Academic Transcript of Results provides a breakdown of results for all qualifications and subjects studied at Maynooth for each year of study. It also gives details of the award and conferring date where appropriate.
If you need to organise either of these documents, please contact our Student Records and Registration Office.
Please note for data protection reasons, exam transcripts are sent by post; electronic copies are not provided.
You can also request copies of your degree/parchment (in English or in the original Latin) from Document Services for Graduates from the NUI. Please note, there is a charge of €50 for each parchment/document issued.
Just because you're no longer a student, doesn't mean you can't still enjoy the many campus facilities on offer at Maynooth University. Alumni are very welcome to use these facilities at special alumni rates. If you've any queries about them, please don't hesitate to contact the Development and Alumni Office.
The library is a great place to continue your lifelong education. Have a coffee in the open plan foyer or just get on with your studies in one of the many study rooms available - there are plenty of ways to enjoy the Maynooth library experience!
Alumni membership options include;
- Borrowing and Reading
- 12 months €100
- 6 months €60
- 12 months €50
- 6 months €30
- Monthly Reading Only €15
If you're interested in taking out alumni library membership, contact the Development and Alumni Office so we can confirm your alumni status and arrange next steps for you.
Please note the following:
- The postgraduate study room is only available to current Maynooth postgrads.
- Alumni library membership is conditional on adherence to the Library Regulations.
Alumni are welcome to become members of the Sports Centre and avail of first-rate equipment including;
- Concept II rowers
- Exercise bikes
- Light weights
- Selectorised resistance equipment
The Sports Centre also features a free weights room complete with mirrors, rubber flooring and housing a full range of dumbbells, Olympic barbell sets, power racks, benches and pulleys. Fitness and martial art class sessions are held in the purpose-built sports hall.
Preferential membership rates for alumni;
Plus one of the following;
- 3 Month membership, Individual €60
- Annual Membership, Individual €180
- Pay and Play €4 per workout
If you're interested in becoming a member of the Sports Centre, please contact the Development and Alumni Office so we can confirm your alumni status and provide you with payment details.
Find out more about Sports at Maynooth
It's easy to lose touch with friends over the years but the Development and Alumni Office can be of assistance in putting them back in touch with you. We also work closely with our departments to ensure alumni are invited back to Maynooth for class reunions and departmental anniversary events.
If you'd like to organise a Class Reunion, then get in touch with us and we'll use all available channels to make contact with your classmates to ensure your event is a success.
The scholarships provide Maynooth Alumni (including the current graduating class) with a €5,000 scholarship towards fees for a Taught Master's qualification. Now in its fourth year, the Maynooth Alumni Taught Master's Scholarship programme continues to be an invaluable help to alumni to further their education. Funded by revenues from the Maynooth Alumni Affinity Card, the Maynooth Alumni Taught Master's Scholarship Programme continues to change lives. Over 100 graduates applied for the 2018 scholarships, and as Maynooth continues to expand its bursary and scholarship opportunities, support for our students is deeply appreciated.
Find out how you can help us provide more alumni scholarships
Apply for an alumni scholarship
Terms & Conditions for Alumni Taught Master's Scholarships
As a graduate of Maynooth University, you have the right, provided that you are also an Irish citizen, to vote in the election of members of Ireland’s Upper House, Seanad Éireann. NUI graduates elect three members of Seanad Éireann (as also do the graduates of TCD, the University of Dublin). The legal and other mechanisms to extend this right to graduates of other Irish universities and colleges have not yet been put in place.
The NUI Seanad Éireann Register is a list of the names, addresses and qualifications of NUI graduates who are eligible to vote for the three members of the NUI constituency returned to Seanad Éireann. The Register is administered by NUI.
To vote, you must be included in the NUI Register of Electors. If you are not already on the register but would like to be, there is an opportunity until 26 February each year, to lodge your claim for inclusion in the register which comes into operation on 1 June. For NUI graduates living abroad, because the ballot is a postal one, the Seanad Éireann election gives you a unique opportunity to cast your vote in an Irish parliamentary election.
Visit www.nui.ie/elections/seanad-register.asp for more information on the above.
How do you know if you're on the Seanad Éireann Electoral Register?
Copies of the Register are available in the University library and the libraries of the institutions within the NUI and the National Library. The register is also available for examination in the NUI reception at 49 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Alternatively, graduates can check the register by contacting the NUI at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +353 1 4392424.
Changed your address?
Graduates should notify the Registration Officer at the NUI of any changes of address in writing, by post or by email and the following information should be supplied:
Full name at registration
Any other form of name used (e.g. Irish, single, married, etc.)
Date of birth
NUI degree(s) and other NUI qualification(s)
Year(s) of conferring(s) and NUI institution(s) where conferred