New York Contact

UCL New York Alumni Club - Welcome

Welcome to the UCL New York Alumni Club. The New York Alumni Club organises events for UCL New York alumni in the Tri-state area alumni to get together, get to know other UCL alumni as well as providing support to visiting UCL alumni, students and friends. 

The New York Club is planning more activities for the year ahead. To keep up-to-date with the group's activities and get involved, join the New York alumni Facebook page.

For general enquiries, please get in touch with us here: UCLNYalumni@gmail.com

Meet the Committee

Mission statement

Bringing together graduates of UCL living in the New York City metro region and foster a sense of community and mutual support among them. To promote UCL in the U.S. as a first-tier, global institution of higher learning that is competitive with the best of American universities, so as to attract highly qualified students and researchers to pursue their studies at UCL.

Upcoming Events

Champions League Final

Champions League Final

Join the UCL New York Alumni Club for an informal gathering to watch the Champions League Final. 

When: 7 June 2015

Time: 2:30pm


Save the Date: 2nd Annual Picnic in Central Park

Please join us for the second UCL Alumni in New York picnic in the park.

When: 27 June

Time: 12-6pm

Where: Central Park- SW Corner of the Great Lawn

Ticket Price: Free

Past Events

Images and details of the Club's past events can be found in the archive. Our most recent event is featured below.

Events archive

UCL New York Annual Party - Monday 6 October 2014

It was a wonderful and thought-provoking evening and we were delighted to see over 120 alumni and friends in attendance. Professor Michael Arthur (UCL President and Provost), Dame Nicola Brewer (Vice-Provost, International Affairs) and Professor Dame Hazel Genn (Dean of the Faculty of Laws) greatly appreciated the warm welcome they received and look forward to returning to New York. The lecture on 'Access to Justice in the 21st Century' delivered by Dame Hazel explored some of the potential consequences of changes relating to access to justice in the USA and UK and highlighted UCL's work in combining legal education with provision of pro bono advice to benefit vulnerable communities. More about UCL's Centre for the Access to Justice can be read on the Centre's webpage. Photographs from the party and lecture can be viewed on the UCL Alumni Flickr page.

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