Contact us and frequently asked questions
- How do I obtain a copy of my degree certificate and/or transcript?
- Who can join the Kingston alumni network?
- How do I join the Kingston alumni network?
- Do I have to pay to join?
- What benefits do I get if I register?
- How long is membership for?
- How can I support the University and its students?
- Can I contact other former students?
- Where can I find out more about graduation ceremonies?
You can now apply for copies or replacement certificates online.
Anyone who's a former student of Kingston University is welcome to join. And that includes students of all the bodies that merged to make the University what it is today:
- Kingston Technical College
- Gipsy Hill Teacher Training College
- Kingston School of Art
- Kingston College of Technology
- Kingston College of Art
- Kingston Polytechnic
- The joint faculty with St George's, University of London
When you complete your degree you automatically become a member of the Kingston University alumni. In fact, you can register with the site and update your details as soon as you finish your course.
No, membership is free.
The biggest benefit is being able to keep in contact with friends, tutors and know what's going on at the University. But there are also more immediate, tangible benefits, such as reduced rates on certain services and subscriptions, and the use of university facilities and resources. Find out more here.
Membership is for life. You've earned it.
There are many opportunities to support the University, its future development and students, you can:
- choose to give career advice or mentor students;
- make a donation to support the university, scholarships and students in hardship; or
- join our volunteers.
Yes, if you've registered with the website, you can search our online Graduate Directory. We have a list of graduates going back to the 1970s. And if you can't find who you're looking for on the Directory, we still might be able to put you in contact. Email us at email@example.com.
Read more about the graduation ceremonies.