L-R: Ann Paddon, Shirley Hunt, and Sue Fairweather at EUC event

Among  other activities a key role of the  Exeter University Club is to maintain links with the University and through its branches organise social events 

Exeter University Club

The Exeter University Club (EUC)  comprises graduates, alumni and staff of the University of Exeter. The Club offers a range of social and cultural activities for members and their families mainly through its branches, which are largely autonomous local groups.

Branches are based across the country and include:

Each local branch puts together a programme of events led by individual volunteers. The range is vast, reflecting members' interests. Any member is free to offer to host or organize an event. Clubs charge a small annual membership fee and each regional Branch has a small Committee.

For more information on the Exeter University Club and each of the branches, please visit the dedicated website.

Main aims

  • To further the interests and well being of the University
  • To promote links with the University
  • Work with the Alumni Office, keeping in touch with Exeter graduates
  • Organise social events across the country for graduates and their families.

You can subscribe to Branch Lines, EUC’s quarterly newsletter, to keep up-to-date with features on some of the past social activities throughout the year.

To find out more about EUC and club branch events please visit the EUC website.