Your time at College has prepared you for a lifetime of ministry. Given Moore College’s increasingly global ministry, alumni members are part of varied networks of men and women who are serving the Lord Jesus around the world. There is an important role for alumni members to play in ongoing advocacy, prayer, encouragement and support of varied kinds. We’d like to help facilitate your ongoing relationship to the College as alumni, and we hope that you will find the following resources helpful. We’re praying for and looking forward to seeing the benefits that God might bring through close relationship between our alumni and the College.
The Library offers free Alumni membership to all graduates of Moore College. This membership gives you borrowing privileges as well as remote access to e-books and EBSCO databases including the ATLA database. To join, go to the Library website and complete the form, selecting the Graduate of Moore College option.
Alumni Email Addresses
Your Moore College email address, inbox and contacts can continue to be available to you free of charge. It will be re-badged to firstname.lastname@example.org. Login will be MooreID@alumni.moore.edu.au and your password will remain your Universal Password. Access your alumni email.
Transcript and Testamur Requests
Your academic transcript is an official record of all studies undertaken at Moore Theological College. Your transcript includes all units of study attempted, the marks achieved, and completion details (if applicable). Moore College provides you with a free copy of your academic transcript when you graduate from your course. You can request additional academic transcripts by completing the online form below or by downloading the Application for Official Academic Transcript form and returning it to the Registrar’s Department by mail or in person. Charges apply.
A testamur is the legal certification you received at Graduation showing that you completed a specific course. It does not list individual units or their results. You can request a replacement testamur if your original is lost, destroyed or damaged. You will need to include a Statutory Declaration if your testamur has been lost or destroyed. Damaged testamurs must be returned. You can request a replacement testamur by completing the online form below (for lost or destroyed testamurs only) or by downloading the Application for Replacement Testamur form and returning it to the Registrar’s Department by mail or in person. Charges apply.
Ongoing Support and Further Education
We hope that you will also stay connected to our centres and hence, we will share some of their key news, services and events to the Alumni network.
CMD offers a range of training, mentoring and support services to serve gospel workers in their ministries and in their churches. This includes training workshops, ministry development planning, facilitation of ministry cluster groups, as well as online resources.
P&A is focussed on encouraging the ministries of women in partnership with men. They hold an annual one-day conference as well as evening lectures throughout the year. Their website includes a job board, training papers, and a catalogue of articles, journals, videos and audio files.
CCL aims to make the theological wisdom of the Moore College faculty accessible to the wider Christian community. As well as regular public lectures, there are podcasts, blog posts, essays, videos and talks online.
Alumni Supporting Moore
Moore College needs your prayer support. Please pray that God will provide men and women for education and training to equip them for a lifetime of mission. We’d appreciate your prayers for future students, for our faculty and staff and for our graduates as they leave us for the tasks that our God has prepared for them. To inform you prayers, please sign up to receive College’s prayer points.
Moore College needs your financial support, as well as that of your churches as able. There are many ways to give and many different forms of support.
We see our graduates as key recruiters for us, so please don’t forget to encourage others to study at Moore. Please contact us if you would like to refer anyone to study at College and we’ll get in touch to discuss options and show them around.
Alumni Keeping in Touch
College is keen to host special reunion events for year groups at five-year intervals at the College. Reunion events include morning/afternoon tea, lunch in the dining hall, tours of College, room use for story sharing and more. We are also exploring alumni events outside Sydney. Ideally these would be in large cities or major regional centres that have a number of alumni in close proximity (say driving distance of 60-90 minutes). We would be happy to discuss the possibilities with you, so please contact the Alumni Association to discuss. Additionally, if you are meeting yearly for your annual year group retreat, the College can to provide you with recourses to give to attendees.
Updating Contact Details
After you’ve completed your time on campus at Moore College, ‘My Moore’ will continue to be available to you so that you can update your contact details. Alternatively, you can email us about any change in details.
We’re always collecting stories of how God has been using Moore College graduates to build his kingdom, and we frequently publish these stories on our platforms. Please let us know if you’d like to share the story of your time at College and your life and ministry after.
Submit Your Story
Are you a Moore College alumni? We would love to hear from you! Tell us about your experience of Moore and how your study here has helped you in the your gospel ministry?