Alumni and Supporters
Welcome back to Homerton!
When you first become a student at Homerton, you become a Member of the College for life. We hope our alumni will come back often, attend events and keep in touch with friends and contemporaries. These pages are intended to keep Homertonians informed of alumni benefits, events you can attend, ways in which you can stay in touch with each other and with Homerton, and the College’s fundraising priorities.
The Development Office is the office that looks after that relationship - providing services to you after you have left the College, including events and publications, and raising funds from alumni and others to help current and future Homerton students.
We run several events throughout the year, from drinks receptions and dinners to the annual Reunion Weekend. If you would like further details on our events please contact email@example.com.
We produce two printed publications, the Homertonian and the Annual Review, which we send free of charge to all the alumni for whom we have postal addresses. We also send a termly e-newsletter (to sign up for the e-newsletter please let us know your current email address). An archive of back issues of the Homertonian, e-newsletters and the former Roll News (no longer published) are available. We also have a very active community on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - do join the conversation!
Homerton shares our alumni database with the University Development and Alumni Relations Office.
The Homerton Development Office team is:
- Matthew Moss, Fellow, and Director of External Relations and Development
- Erin Bond, Deputy Director of Development
- Amy Reeve, Alumni Relations Manager
- Dr Peter Warner, Fellow, and Keeper of the Roll
- Rebekah-Miron Clayton, Communications Associate
- Rachel Sweet, Homerton 250: Events and Communications Assistant
We are located in the Cavendish Building, room G09. We are always delighted to see alumni who are visiting Cambridge: do drop in!
Homerton College is a Registered Charity, 1137497