Frequently asked questions
Who is a USP Alumni?
An alumnus (singular form of alumni) is anyone who has studied and completed their programme of study at USP from certificate to PhD level and honorary degree holders.
How do I register as a USP Alumni?
There are two ways to register;
Through the Alumni webpage. Click on My Account and choose the “register” option. Enter your email address and a password. A notification will be sent to your email address. Open the email and follow a few simple steps to activate your account.
If you do not have access to the internet, you can contact the Alumni Office and request an Alumni registration form. We will fax or post the form to you. You can return the form through fax, mail or hand-deliver it to the Alumni Office which is based on the Laucala campus.
How do I update my details online?
If you have registered online, you can update your details by visiting the My Account page which allows you to view and update your contact details. You may also email us with your new contact details.
Is there a fee to join the USP Alumni Network (USPAN)?
There is no membership fee to join.
How do I find out about alumni events?
For information on events, visit Alumni News & Events.
I have forgotten my login password, how do I retrieve this?
How do I get in touch with former classmates?
Drop an email to the Alumni Office with your friends’ full name and programme of study (if possible) and the years in which he/she studied at USP. We are happy to forward an email and contact details on your behalf. Due to data protection, we do not give out the contact details of our alumni directly to third parties.
How do I get involved with Alumni programs such as reunions?
The alumni office will be organizing reunions and launching alumni chapters in the region and will immensely appreciate your involvement in these events. If you are interested to participate, please contact the Alumni Office.
How can I buy USP Alumni Merchandise?
All USP Alumni merchandise is currently sold from the USP Book Centre at the Laucala campus. Merchandise items include ladies/men’s bula shirts, coffee mugs, baseball caps and beanies, key tags and a jacket. These items can also be purchased online as well.
How can I make a donation?
Giving Back – The alumni office always welcomes donations in cash or in kind. The USP Alumni network needs assistance to carry out large projects such as reunions. To make a donation, please contact the Alumni Office.
How do I join a chapter or network group?
Visit Chapters and Groups for information on existing chapters or email us with your request.
How do I start a new chapter or network group?
Contact the Alumni Office for information on how to start a chapter/group.
How do I subscribe to Alumni E-Newsletter?
To subscribe visit Alumni E-Newsletter and fill in a short form, we will then add you to our email circulation list. You may also email us with your request.
Contributions to newsletter/alumni social media etc
We welcome contributions from alumni, whether it be an article for the newsletter, your alumni profile or a class note. Simply email your contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the alumni office.
How do I get a copy of my transcripts?
Contact the Student Administrative Services or download a request for an academic transcript or use this link: Official transcript system
How do I join the Gym?
The USP Fitness Centre website provides information and rates on the USP Sports and Recreation.
How do I find out about Graduation?
Contact the Student Administrative Services or visit Graduation Ceremonies.
How can I get careers advice?
Visit Career Centre and Services.
How do I get involved with USP?
There are many opportunities to be involved through USP Alumni Network chapters and other programs offered through the Alumni Office. Visit the Stay Connected and Volunteer pages for more information.
Where is the Alumni Office based?
The Alumni Office is part of the Development, Marketing & Communications and is based in the Laucala Campus in Suva. The office is located close to the old entrance, the first building on the right. However, you may also contact your nearest campus in our 12 member countries.