If there is someone from your time at Otago you've lost touch with but would like to contact we provide a number of ways for you to get in touch.
Get in touch with lost friends, flatmates and colleagues from your student days. Find out how to contact old friends!
Class reunions are a wonderful way for you to reconnect with old friends. If you’re thinking of organising a class reunion, we can help you – and while the reunion itself is organised by you and your committee, we offer a free service to help you where we can.
If you’d like to organise a reunion you can phone 64 3 479 8487 or email email@example.com.
OUSA Shuttle service
Coming to Dunedin for a reunion and need to get between Dunedin airport and the city? The airport shuttle service that has been available to students is now available to alumni attending Otago reunions.
For more information and booking online please visit airport shuttles dunedin
University of Otago official academic documents
What is My eQuals?
My eQuals gives students and graduates secure access to their academic records online. It allows them to share their digital documents with anyone they choose, at any time.
My eQuals is a joint initiative among New Zealand and Australian universities. It allows students to access these digital records from anywhere in the world, in a secure online environment and to securely share their documents with a third party, e.g. a potential employer or another university.
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My eQuals will allow employers and universities to confirm the authenticity of students’ qualifications from participating Australian and New Zealand universities as well as those from China, Europe and America (other countries are expected to join the service in the future) via a secure portal.
Further information is available from the My eQuals information page
Conditions of use
Access to search this database is available on the following Conditions of Use, which must be read before you continue.
The University of Otago has used all reasonable endeavours to ensure that information available in this database is accurate and up-to-date.
However the information is provided in good faith on a best endeavours basis without any warranty as to its completeness or accuracy. Formal confirmation of details should be obtained from, or with the consent of, the individual involved and the University does not accept responsibility for any reliance placed on the information contained in this database.
By continuing to the Graduate Database you confirm that you have read and agreed to these Conditions of Use
As an alumni of the University of Otago you have access to a variety of benefits, including continued use of the University library, discounts from participating businesses, and access to discounted short courses.
Alumni can obtain a Graduate's Library Card, which allows access to University of Otago Libraries for reading, writing, and research.
Visit the alumni library page to complete the registration form and find out what resources and services are available for alumni. When completing the authorisation details please use 'Library' for all fields and 'firstname.lastname@example.org' as the authorisation email, your request will then be sent for approval.
Radio One app
Radio One is currently moving their Onecard discount card to a mobile application system. Keep an eye on their website for more information as it becomes available, Radio One 91FM Onecard
IT Training Courses
IT Short courses on campus are now available to alumni. Some are free of charge, and all others receive a special alumni discount of 15%.
Otago University Press
Otago University Press publishes a wide range of non-fiction books about New Zealand and Pacific.
Exclusive offer to Otago alumni: 10% off the RRP of any book published by Otago University Press when ordered from OUP’s website. Please write ‘Otago alumni offer’ in the instructions box at checkout.
Kick Start or Fast Track Your Career
Whether you are currently searching for a position, considering a career change, or are seeking fresh talent for your business, Otago’s Career Development Centre can help.