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Our interest based clubs bring like-minded alumni together to celebrate some of the experiences that make St Andrews the special place it is.
The After Many Days Club is open to all alumni of the University who have seen 25 years or more pass since they first matriculated as students.
The Club meets twice a year in St Andrews and life membership costs just £25.
Contact: Jane Watkinson (President)
The Agnes Savill Club holds regular talks, activities and social events for alumni, current and retired members of University staff, and graduates of other higher education institutions.
The Club meets in St Andrews monthly with speakers during the academic year, and for book/poetry/bridge/walking groups. There are also other outings and a summer supper party.
Contact: Dr Angela Montford (President)
The British Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG) is an organisation of women with degrees or equivalent qualifications and promotes women's opportunities in education and public life to improve the lives of women and girls worldwide.
Members automatically become members of the Graduate Women International (GWI).
Contact: Ms Jean MacDonald
The Association is open to all former students and staff of the University as well as their friends and families. The Association aims to organise social events, forge a permanent link between alumni and current members of the university community and to promote the University of St Andrews among LGBT communities worldwide.
You do not need to have been a member of the student LGBT Society while at university.
Graduating cohorts are invited to join the MECASS alumni network - managed by the University with input from current students and alumni.
Please be in touch if you would like to receive invitations to events and MECASS conferences.
Open to all female alumni of the University meeting twice a year in Edinburgh (first Saturday in May and nearest Saturday to St Andrew's Day).
The annual subscription in £2 and new members are always welcome.
Contact: Mrs Sallie Bryson
A social network for alumni of the UK-wide Sutton Trust alumni.
The Sutton Trust is a leading social mobility charity and the alumni network provides networking and career opportunities for former Summer School attendees.
Halls of residence
Graduates of University Hall are encouraged to join the Facebook group to reconnect with fellow 'Uni Hall' alumni.
The Club awarded a residential scholarship to support a postgraduate student, the recipient of which graduated in 2016 and the Club plans to make further awards in future years.
Contact: Mrs Irene Walker
Sports and leisure
If you have a love of social mountaineering trips, then Corriemulzie is the club for you, holding a variety of excursions and an annual dinner each year.
With previous climbing, kayaking and cycling trips visiting New Zealand, Georgia and various locations around the UK there are plenty of opportunities for new members to join in.
Contact: Ms Liz Bibby
The Old Seagullians Cricket Club play a range of friendly fixtures each year, some in the south of England, some in St Andrews and some on overseas tours.
Anyone with an interest in playing high quality amateur cricket with fellow St Andrews alumni are encouraged to get in touch.
Contact: Mr Graham Booth (President)
The Men's Football Club Alumni are an active group that meet regularly and attend the Alumni Festival each year in strong numbers. We play competitively together, with an 11-a-side team in a London-based midweek league, comprised solely of club alumni.
The Club are keen to connect with as many past football club members as possible.
Contact: Oliver Gill
The St Andrews Graduates Golf Club, or STAGS, meet annually to play a round at the club to which the STAGS Captain belongs. The winner on the day becomes Captain for the next year.
Competition is friendly and the golf is usually accompanied by pre-round lunch and post-round dinner.
New members - of any golfing standard - are always welcome and membership is free. Please get in touch!
Contact: Mr Dick Smythe