Keep in Touch

Whether you graduated last year or in the 1940s, we're always happy to hear from you and to keep you connected to the College and to each other. Through our regular communications and events, we endeavour to make you feel as much a part of King's as you might wish to be, and to keep you informed about some of the extraordinary work and research that goes on here.

Update your Details

If you have moved house, changed your email address or phone number, or would like to tell us about a significant event or achievement, please keep us updated via this form. By updating your details you can ensure that you receive our regular alumni magazine, King's Parade, our termly e-newsletters, event invitations and more.

Contact Another King's Member

If you are a King's Member and would like to get in contact with one of your contemporaries that you have lost touch with, we may be able to pass on a message on your behalf - please use this form. Please note we never give out contact details without your permission and cannot provide you with the contact details of other alumni. Unfortunately we are unable to pass on messages to our alumni from non-members, unless there are exceptional circumstances surrounding the request.

Replacement Transcripts and Certificates

If you require replacement degree certificates or transcripts please follow this link for further details. Alternatively, please call the King’s College Tutorial Office for College-specific enquiries on +44 (0)1223 331336.

Academic and Professional References

If you require evidence that you have studied at King's, or another form of academic reference, please contact the Tutorial Office on +44 (0)1223 331336. If you have worked at the College and require a professional reference, please contact the Personnel department on +44 (0)1223 331446.

Other Alumni Benefits

Cambridge alumni can access the JSTOR digital library of academic journals, free of charge. Please go to the journals and online resources page on the University website

The CAMCard is issued free to all alumni who have matriculated and studied at Cambridge. Benefits include membership of the University Centre and discounts at Cambridge hotels and select retailers.

Alumni are also entitled to a 25% discount on tuition fees for the international summer programmes held at the Institute of Continuing Education. The programmes are open to adults of all ages and include a range of subjects in both arts and sciences - find out more here. To activate the discount simply enter your CAMCard number when prompted.

To view all University alumni benefits, including the Cambridge Alumni Travel Programme,    please go to the University's page

The College grounds are currently closed to alumni but the Chapel is open to visitors with a timed ticket.
Find King's graduates in your area, make connections with alumni in your industry, and find out about our Entrepreneurship Competition.
Alumni are encouraged to stay involved with the life of the College however they can, and many generously donate their time and expertise.
Find details of all upcoming reunions, donor events and alumni gatherings, and check the reunion schedule for future events.

Members and Friends News


Winners of the inaugural Entrepreneurial Lab Essay Competition announced

Three students from Sir John Lawes School, Hills Road Sixth Form College and Coleg Cambria attended a prize-giving ceremony at King’s.


King’s unveils new solar panels on restored Chapel roof

The College has completed work on a year-long conservation of its Chapel roof and has begun installation of 438 new solar panels that will generate an anticipated 123,000 kWh/y and feed into the College’s on-site electricity supply.


King's commissions a new carol for Christmas Eve

This year’s carol has been written by composer and Cambridge alumna Cheryl Frances-Hoad. ‘The Cradle’ is a setting of an English translation by Robert Graves of an anonymous seventeenth century Austrian text.

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