Stay in Touch

We are always delighted to hear about and share news on our past graduates and their career journeys. If you have any news stories you would like to share with alumni and the wider Stranmillis community, please email them to

We also want to keep in touch with you, especially as our 100th anniversary approaches. If you would like to receive the latest alumni news, email



2022 marks the 100th anniversary of Stranmillis University College. Alumni are always welcome through the gates and especially so throughout our anniversary year. It’s still your campus.

We will assist you as much as possible to organise your own reunion by providing:

  • Event ideas and planning
  • Venues, catering and accommodation on campus
  • Nostalgic Tours of campus
  • Publicity for your event through our social media channels and email communications

Please contact us by emailing:

Make a Gift or Donation

Making a gift or donation to provide a bursary or scholarship to help students achieve their best, fund vital research in key educational and societal issues or  support community or widening participation initiatives, can help transform the lives of children, young people and communities. Alumni and supporters can make a real difference by donating to a range of projects such as:

Centre for Research in Educational Underachievement

Educational underachievement is one of the most significant, complex and multi-faceted challenges facing society. Our Centre for Research in Educational Underachievement was established to provide innovative, interdisciplinary research and evidence-based responses that will help raise attainment, improve children’s lives and shape future policy and practice. Your support for the work of the Centre will help transform the lives of young people and communities in the most disadvantage areas of Northern Ireland.

Centre for Outdoor Learning

As part of our EcoCampus strategy, the College has ambitious plans to create an outdoor learning centre that will provide an innovative and inspirational resource for schools, intergenerational learning projects and community groups .

Bursaries and Scholarships

Stranmillis is committed to supporting students seeking  access to higher education.  With your help, we can ensure that no student is forced to compromise their studies due to  financial circumstances.  Support in this area may include providing bursaries to help with living costs or a scholarship for an opportunity to participate in study abroad

If you would be interested in finding out more about how you can support the work of the College and help us continue to transform the lives of children, young people and communities, please contact us at


Volunteering is a way of giving back to the University College. Alumni have the power to positively impact and contribute to the College’s Professional and Intergenerational Learning strategy.  Becoming a volunteer, and sharing your talents, skills and experience, is a great way to re-engage with Stranmillis and is rewarding on many levels, professionally and socially.  For example, volunteers can support our local educational initiatives working with disadvantaged communities or get involved with other intergenerational learning projects.  



Student Satisfaction

Stranmillis is ranked first in Northern Ireland for student satisfaction (NSS 2022).


Work-based placements

100% of our undergraduate students undertake an extensive programme of work-based placements.



Stranmillis graduates have the highest full-time employment rate of any HEI in Northern Ireland.


study abroad

All students have the opportunity to spend time studying abroad.


Academic staff

67% of our academic teaching staff are qualified to doctoral level.


Student success

We are proud to have a 96% student success rate.


Academic standards

The UK Quality Assurance Agency reports the highest level of confidence in academic standards.


Network of partners

The College has a network of over 750 school, education and alternative placement partners.