Established in 1987 by Graduates, the University of Limerick Alumni Association (ULAA) creates a link between you and your alma mater. Membership of ULAA is free and automatic to all UL graduates.
Being a Member provides you with the opportunity to maintain contact with the University, former classmates and the graduate body. In addition, ULAA is a voice sharing your views, interests and opinions, and aims to provide you with a range of key Services as well as opportunities to stay involved in the life of UL today.
ULAA is governed by a University-appointed Board of Directors.
ULAA's full-time campus Team.
In January, 1999, ULAA abolished membership fees and extended automatic and free membership to all graduates of UL. Our Members therefore include:
- Graduates of the University of Limerick.
- Graduates of the National Institute of Higher Education, Limerick.
- Graduates who received an NUI award but studied at the University of Limerick for a period of time as part of the programme of study for which the award was granted by the NUI.
- Graduates of Thomond College of Education.
- Graduates of the National College of Physical Education.
- Graduates of MIC who receive University of Limerick awards.
- Graduates of St. Patrick's College, Thurles who receive University of Limerick awards.
- Graduates with an award arising from an *accredited programme, and any others having been granted an Honorary Degree therefrom.
Note: an *Accredited Programme means (i) a programme of study which has been accredited by the National Council for Educational Awards (NCEA), Dublin, in accordance with their procedures or (ii) in respect of some graduates conferred at the National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, in 1977, a programme of study accredited by the National University of Ireland (NUI), or (iii) the University of Limerick or any other statutory appointed Authority having jurisdiction to confer awards on any persons who successfully completed accredited programmes of study at the educational institutions herein noted in this and the foregoing paragraph.