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Alumni Benefits

Members of our alumni community are able to: 

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The best way to make the most of this community is by ensuring we have your up-to-date contact details, which you can give us online or over the phone, by calling your dedicated Alumni Officer Rob Grayston on 01233 335 929. 

Rob can also be contacted on alumni@wolfson.cam.ac.uk, and will be happy to help with any queries about accessing your Wolfson College Alumni Benefits.

 

Additional University of Cambridge Alumni benefits

The University of Cambridge offers additional benefits to University of Cambridge alumni (those who have matriculated within the University and studied on an approved course) and former postdocs, including access to journals and online resources, email for life and special offers and discounts.

You can find out more about the benefits available below, and register for your official alumni CAm card, on the University of Cambridge Alumni website.

  1. CAm card

  2. Email for life

  3. University Careers Service 

  4. Access to online journals

What's on

Man with finger to lips

Shut Up and Write sessions

17/02/2020 at 09.45

Book end your week with some serious writing time. Work silently in a supportive group, with short breaks for hot drinks and biscuits.

Man with finger to lips

Shut Up and Write sessions

17/02/2020 at 09.45

Book end your week with some serious writing time. Work silently in a supportive group, with short breaks for hot drinks and biscuits.

Entrepreneurs at Wolfson

Entrepreneurs' Society - Getting a business model right - from ideation to early-stage start-up: VC Perspective​

17/02/2020 at 17.30

The Wolfson Entrepreneurs' Society holds regular talk on a broad range of topics around entrepreneurship. Everyone is welcome.

Fiona

Free Bicycle Maintenance with Dr Bike

18/02/2020 at 09.00

Louise the Porter encourages safer cycling at College. She got Dr Bike on board to provide free bike advice and minor repairs. We love you Louise!

Humanities Society

Humanities Society - Smell in Eighteenth-Century England: putridity to perfume

18/02/2020 at 17.45

The Humanities Society arranges weekly talks (during term time) from various disciplines across the Humanities. The talks are open to anyone and free to attend.