Your Exeter journey starts from the day you arrive at Turl Street as a student and will last a lifetime. There are so many ways to remain involved after graduation: choose to catch up with friends at an Exeter event, offer valuable careers advice to an undergraduate or inspire your year group to give. You’ll see inspiring stories here of fellow alumni whose contributions to Exeter continue to strengthen and shape our community. Together, we can provide the best possible experience for future generations of Exeter students.
With more than 700 years of history behind us, Exeter’s alumni have shaped our cultural, artistic, political and economic landscapes. Discover more about key figures in Exeter’s story.
Every time we meet a member of the Exeter alumni community, we uncover a very personal and special story, from those who were the first in their family to study in Oxford to those whose subsequent achievements have shaped our modern world. You can share your own story here.
You are never far away from reconnecting with Exeter. Join us for great networking opportunities, catching up with College friends, and meeting today’s students. Discover what’s happening and register your interest.
Exeter College was built on philanthropy when it was founded in 1314 and it excels today because of the ongoing generosity of the Exeter community. Alumni, students, fellows, staff, parents, and friends all support the College each year, ensuring that Exeter continues as a centre of academic excellence that provides an outstanding student experience.
There are so many ways to stay involved with the Exeter community, be it organising a reunion event, writing for the College magazine, Exon, or becoming a career mentor for current students or recent graduates.