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Alumni Association

Lincoln University Alumni Association

Lincoln University's Alumni Association (LUAA) was first incorporated in 1906 and has operated under various different names since then. In 1989 it became Lincoln University Alumni Association in order to recognise the full University status, after Lincoln became its own self governing tertiary institution. In 1998, the Alumni Association moved to free membership for all graduates. All graduates are automatically members of the Association. The revised rules of the Association were approved at the AGM on 31 May 2013, and is available for your perusal.

LUAA is a registered non-profit organisation managed by a voluntary Executive who provides support and guidance to the Alumni and Development Office. The Executive members serve for a minimum of two years.

If you live in Canterbury, can attend quarterly meetings, and if you are keen to get involved - please contact our Alumni and Development Office. LUAA holds a mid year Annual General Meeting and all alumni are welcome.

Past minutes:

Financial Statements and Annual Reports

The main roles and responsibilities of the Executive are:

  • To further the objectives of the University
  • To record the activities of alumni and preserve the history of the University
  • To keep friendships made at the University alive
  • To offer scholarships (Degrees & Diplomas) and prizes, and to promote the interests of the University

Introducing the Executive Committee

Position 2016 Executive
President James Nell
Vice President Andrew O'Regan
Immediate Past President Jo Spencer-Bower
Secretary Penny Curran
Executive Roy Evans
  Andrew Lingard
Sharon Forbes
Andrew Owen
  Kahlia Fryer
Roy Evans