Frequently asked questions?
What does the term Alumni mean?
"Alumni" is a Latin term meaning a person who has left an education establishment after completing their studies.
How do I become a member of the ITT Alumni Association?
Past graduates become automatic members of the ITT Alumni Association. In order to ensure that your details are up to date, please complete and update your details at Update Personal Record
Will my information be made available to a third party?
Under the Data Protection Acts, the ITT Alumni Office cannot give your details to a third party without your consent.
How can I make contact with fellow graduates?
The ITT website can enable you to post a notice for a past graduate you wish to make contact with. Submit your message to firstname.lastname@example.org for details to be displayed.
Does membership of the ITT Alumni Association offer members any discounted benefits?
Yes. Discounted benefits will be posted on the site on a regular basis. In association with Bank of Ireland, graduates can avail of the Institute of Technology, Tralee Affinity Card. When you become an Institute of Technology, Tralee Affinity Cardholder, Bank of Ireland will donate â¬8 to the ITT. The more graduates that join the scheme, the more the ITT Alumni Association benefits - all at no cost to you!. The ITT Credit Card is free from an annual fee and can enjoy up to 56 days credit. Application forms are available from the ITT Alumni Office or from the Bank of Ireland at the ITT North and South Campus.
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