When you graduate from the University of Lincoln you will become part of our global alumni community, which is made up of more than 95,000 graduates from across 135 countries. As a graduate of the University, you can access a wide range of benefits and services wherever you are in the world.
We have a dedicated Alumni team to help you stay in touch with the University and make the most of everything on offer. This includes careers support, discounted membership of the University gym, and associate membership of the University library. There are also discounted rates on local and national services such as hotels, travel, and shopping.
To make the most of the full range of benefits and services on offer to you, register with the Alumni Network.
View the first edition of our brand new Alumni magazine. This bi-annual publication will keep you up-to-date with new developments at Lincoln and your fellow alumni.
Vicki Phillips was named winner of the British Council Alumni Awards 2017 for her exceptional contribution to creating positive change and improving the lives of others. Vicki has dedicated her career to widening access to learning for children in some of the world's most deprived neighbourhoods. As Director of Education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, she ran the College Ready Programme for eight years.
Thomas ‘TomSka’ Ridgewell has grown a global following of over five million followers across his YouTube channels. His irreverent sketches, cartoons, and short films have collectively amassed more than a billion views. In 2015, Tom released his comic book “Art is Dead”, featuring adapted sketches from his popular animated series asdfmovie. Tom has also enjoyed success with webtoons Eddsworld and Crash Zoom, and has worked with BBC Comedy to write and direct a pilot of his own sketch show.
Award-winning furniture designer, Sebastian Cox, developed his unique style at the University of Lincoln and has showcased work commissioned by Sir Terence Conran. He was asked to create a bespoke item of furniture to exhibit as part of the The Wish List installation, held at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum in September 2014. Sebastian is recognised as a pioneer of sustainable design in Britain.
The Medical School aims to inspire young people from local schools and give them more opportunities to apply to train as doctors, encouraging them to remain in the area when they qualify. It is set to make a huge difference to thousands of lives – and you can be a part of it.