Special interest groups
With over 400,000+ alumni across 160 countries, we have a wide range of industries, special interests and associations represented in our community. Joining a special interest network is a great way to connect with alumni who share a common bond. Check out a few of our special interest groups below.
Connect with other alumni in your country, by following your local alumni network on social media. Assisted by alumni volunteers, these networks are your local support crew. Throughout the year they host events to help you to stay connected with the University and other alumni in your part of the world.
The Monash Pioneers are a group of the University's first students (1961-1965). The group organises reunions in the last week of February each year.
For more information, contact Michael Headberry at email@example.com
Monash Association of Debaters (MAD)
The Monash Association of Debaters is the largest and most successful debating society in the Southern hemisphere. MAD has a rich history spanning more than 50 years. Based at the Monash Clayton campus, MAD's 500+ members include the current and former World and Australaisan Champions.
Visit the MAD website for more information.
Alumni, students, staff and friends are welcome to join and compete in a number of major local and international events under the TeamMONASH banner.
Visit the TeamMONASH website for details on events and how to join.
The Ancora Imparo program has been helping to unlock the leadership potential of Monash students since 2006. Past participants are encouraged to keep in touch with current fellow Ancora Imparo alumni members by joining the Ancora Imparo Facebook group.
To request to join the group, please email the program coordinator.
Monash International Alumni Photography and Travel
The Monash International Alumni Photography Club encourages Monash alumni from all over the world to share pictures and tips about photography.
Get in touch to learn more.
Monash University Baseball Club
Monash University Baseball Club has been in existence for more than 45 years, with a proud history in both Victorian summer and winter competitions. New members are always welcome.