Events and Reunions
We love to meet up with our alumni whenever we can, whether at an event designed specifically for you, or at one of the wide range of public events the University hosts every year.
Organising your own reunion
We can help you get started with organising your own reunion at the University – whether by trying to locate friends with whom you’ve lost contact, or notifying graduates from a specific department and/or year. It may be possible to organise a welcome reception and/or a campus tour.
Please contact us by email or ring 01227 782995 to discuss your plans. We would love to receive reports or photos about any reunions you hold for possible inclusion in the Link magazine.
50th Anniversary Reunion Event - Class of 1968
Did you graduate from Christ Church in 1968? 2018 will mark 50 years since the Class of 1968 qualified and we would love to celebrate this with you.
We would like to organise a special reunion event in March 2018, to include a tour of the campus and cream tea, followed by Dinner at Christ Church, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor’s Office.
Dates and details are to be confirmed but if you are interested in being involved or would like to be put in touch with former students, please email us at email@example.com or ring 01227 921677 or 01227 922995.
If you are in touch with anyone else from the cohort of 1965-1968 then please do spread the word and ask them to get in touch with us!
Informal or individual visits
Alumni are always welcome to come back and visit the University at any time.
If your visit is to celebrate a particular anniversary, contact us by email or ring 01227 782995 to let us know so that we can help make your visit as special as possible.
If however, you just wish to drop in more casually, our campuses are all open and visitors are able to walk around freely. However, we would request that you let the porters or reception staff know on arrival so they are aware of your visit.
See the latest maps and travel information to prepare for your visit.
Other University events
The University offers a wide Arts and Culture programme and a Public Lecture series that can be attended by the general public.