The Roseville College Old Girls’ Union is a network that is vibrant, connected and inspiring. The union of graduating cohorts from Roseville College continue to inspire and encourage each other along life’s journey beyond School in professional and personal areas.

The College’s eldest Old Girl, in her mid-90s, says Roseville College is a “happy” place for its students:

“Most importantly, I remember Roseville College as the place I made friends for a lifetime. We are proof that this School is one where girls make true and lasting friendships.”

The Old Girls’ Union (for past students) was formalised by the College in 1986.

All past students of the College, irrespective of their departure year, are welcome to join the Union. (For ease of classification, ex-students are grouped according to the year in which their peer-group graduated from Year 12.) 

Alumni are welcome to visit the Alumni website to stay in touch with their Roseville peers and be informed of upcoming events. 

Articles from Our Alumni

The Union is coordinated by the Roseville College Community Relations Office, and it maintains an independent database. For information about Reunions, subscribing free-of-charge to our bi-annual publication “The Rose”, or other Old Girl services, please contact:

Mrs Nat Chrara
Community Relations Officer                    (please specify “Old Girls Union” in your subject heading)


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