If you are registered with Net Community, you can log in and amend the contact details that we hold for you.
Visit the User Page to log in, reset your password or to register for an account.
You can also contact email@example.com to have your details updated. If doing so, please include your:
date of birth
the subject (s) that you studied at Queen's and
the year(s) of your graduation (s).
All graduate information is collected and stored in accordance with the latest UK data protection legislation and will be treated confidentially. You can read our current Data Protection promise to you here.
Replacement degree certificates can be obtained if the original parchment has been lost or destroyed, at a cost of £25 per parchment. For full information on requesting a copy of a degree certificate (often referred to as a parchment) please visit the Student Registry Services website.
A transcript is a confirmation of your academic history and will list academic modules and results obtained during your studies. For more information on how to obtain one, visit the Official Transcripts FAQ page.
If you are continuing to have issues that are not solved by above guide, email firstname.lastname@example.org including the following information so we can verify your identity before raising this directly with IT on your behalf:
You certainly can, in fact Queen’s graduates can take advantage of discounted rates for these services.
Graduates can save up to £48 per year compared to member of the public with Queen’s Sport.
Becoming an Associate Member of the Library means you can borrow up to 10 books at a time. For members of the public this costs £120, but for graduates it is £69. Those who graduated in the past six months can avail of a further discount of just £54 for the year.
Yes, please email email@example.com with your query, providing as much detail about your ancestor as you can.
For example in addition to their full name (including maiden names for married female graduates) and date of birth, please also provide their subject of study, any degrees they obtained, their year of graduation etc.
Queen’s has an extensive network of associations and alumni chapters around the world. Check our Associations page to find out if there’s one near you.
Often where there is not a formal association, there are dedicated LinkedIn groups, where graduates in specific regions can interact.
If there is not currently an association in your area and you are interested in setting one up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We can then check how many graduates are in your area and provide advice on getting an association started, if there are sufficient numbers.
Queen's campus is an ideal location for your wedding. As a graduate you can hold a civil ceremony and/or wedding reception in the historic Great Hall on the main campus or in the quiet leafy surrounds of Riddel Hall on the Stranmillis Road.
Queen’s Welcome Centre is a Northern Ireland Tourist Board Local Information Office. It serves as an information point for visitors and tourists, as well as offering a varied selection of souvenirs and gifts, many engraved with the crest of the University.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) keeps graduates of the University in touch with each other and with Queen's through a programme of regular engagement and raises vital funds to support the ongoing activities of the University.
Many of our donors request that their money is spent in areas that are passionate about, whether this is the University’s Rugby, Rowing or Wado Ryu Karate clubs, scholarships and bursaries for incoming students, or certain schools, faculties or research institutes at Queen’s.
If you have no particular preference, then your donation will be allocated to the area of most urgent need within the University.
You can set up a recurring gift, or send a one-time gift in Pounds from our 'Make a Gift' page, for which a small admin fee will be incurred. There are also pages for American and Canadian donors wishing to contribute in Dollars.
Alternatively, contributions can be made by post, bank transfer, through payroll and more. For more information visit our Giving pages:
There are always a number of volunteer opportunities, whether this is working with students as a mentor, providing a profile on your career achievements since graduation or representing graduates as a member of Convocation.
The Queen's Annual Fund is dedicated to enhancing the student experience and supports a diverse range of projects led by students.
Each year the Fund supports Schools, Clubs and Societies with a diverse range of projects and events, including scholarships, mental health and wellbeing initiatives, sport development, community impact, cultural diversity and much more.
Read more and apply for funding on our Annual Fund page.
Queen's University of Belfast Foundation has its own Registered Charity Number: NIC 102044. This means that gifts made by UK income tax payers can benefit from Gift Aid. More information contact email@example.com.