Contact details for the department and information about the location of our office.
Office contact details
Please note that our team has moved to remote working. Our phone lines remain open for messages, which are checked daily. However, please do consider sending us an email, if you can.
How to find us
Development and Alumni is based on the third floor of Charles Stewart House on Chambers Street.
Please consider using public or active modes of transport where possible when travelling to our office.
Bus - The closest bus stops are: Chambers Street, South Bridge and George IV Bridge. You can plan your travel to the office by using the Lothian Buses Journey Planner (external link).
Train - Edinburgh Waverley train station is only 0.4 miles away from our office - roughly a 10-minute walk. Click here to view a suggested walking route via Google maps (external link).
Bike - There are Sheffield bike stands in a number of locations on Chambers Street including at the corner of West College Street and Chambers Street. There are also showers in the basement of Charles Stewart House. Please contact the office in advance of your visit if you would like to use them.
Team contact details
You can direct specific enquiries to the relevant individual by using the team listing below.
The Alumni Relations team provide opportunities for alumni and supporters to stay connected with the University and each other through events, reunions, clubs, networks and volunteering.
Philanthropy and College Advancement
Philanthropy and College Advancement team work with various stakeholders to support projects, students and research across the University and to increase alumni engagement and philanthropic funding opportunities for the University's schools, colleges, and programmes.
Development and Alumni Services
The Development and Alumni Services team maintain the alumni database and all IT infrastructure, financial management and donation processing, alongside strategic data analysis, research and reporting.
The General Council
The General Council has a statutory right to comment on matters which affect the well-being and prosperity of the University. Its aim its to ensue that graduates have a continuing voice in the management of its affairs.
The University of Edinburgh Graduates' Association
The University of Edinburgh Graduates' Association (UEGA) publishes the University of Edinburgh Journal twice a year.