Faculty of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Royal College of Science Association (RCSA)
The RCSA is open to all Imperial alumni who are graduates of the Royal College of Science or Faculty of Natural Sciences and provides a way for RCS members to stay in touch.
The RCSA was set up in 1908 for all students of the Departments of Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics (collectively termed the Royal College of Science). The first President was the author H.G Wells, whose books include The Time Machine and War of the Worlds.
All alumni and current students are eligible for membership, as are current or former members of staff in any of the Departments of Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Maths or Physics, or the old departments of Geology (in its RCS days), Botany or Zoology.
Members of the RCSA receive mailings approximately three times a year, with news and events listings including an Annual Dinner and AGM. Members can also take advantage of the various benefits that the Association has negotiated, including entry into the New Cavendish Club, discounted membership of the Royal Overseas League and a discount on New Scientist subscriptions.
- Student Member (up to 31 December of year after graduation/leaving) Free
- Annual Membership £10 per annum
- Life Membership - One-off payment £200
- Life Membership - Installment Method £25 per annum for 10 years
- Life Membership - Aged 65+ £70
Contact the RCSA
You can keep up-to-date with RCSA news by joining their e-mail group. Please send an email to email@example.com to join. Alternatively, visit the RCSA website, follow them on Facebook or Twitter or join the LinkedIn group.
Centre for Environmental Policy
Imperial's environmental network. There is a large environmental alumni network as well as the more general association run by the College. The networks organise regular reunions, enable graduates to communicate with other alumni, circulate regular newsletters and provide a medium for advertising relevant job vacancies.
Contact the Centre for Environmental Policy
For more information about the Centre for Environmental Policy group please contact the CEP Postgraduate Teaching Office or Professor Nigel Bell or visit their website.
Wye Agricola Club
The society for former students of Imperial College London Wye Campus, Wye College and Swanley College.
With a current membership of over 3,000 the Club is continually striving to improve the role it plays in encouraging links between its members and with the College. It does this by providing regular news, views and information about the College in its Annual Journal, “Wye”.
The Club has always had an important function for travelling graduates of Wye. With the College being such a cosmopolitan community, Club members are present in the majority of countries worldwide and country membership lists are an invaluable source of contact information.
Contact the Wye Agricola Club
If you would like to contact the Wye College Agricola Club please email Francis Huntington, Honorary Secretary by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on +44 (0)1233 813884. Alternatively, you can visit Wye Agricola Club website.