Search and find via the Office of Alumni Relations
We are living in a time that is characterized by high mobilty and an increasing complexity. Therefore, it is not unusual to lose sight of friends and colleagues after relocating. Especially in the academic field, moving after graduation is very common. Some even end up on the other side of the globe.
Would you like to contact your former fellow students but you don't know where they live nowadays? Did you teach or conduct a research or work in another area at the University of Stuttgart and would like to get together with your former colleagues?
Out of sight, but not out of mind!
"alumnius" gives you the opportunity to search for former fellow students, friends and other acquaintances from the past. We are able to specifically look for individuals who studied or worked at the University of Stuttgart. Maybe the person you are looking for even is a member of "alumnius". If this is the case, we will gladly forward your contact request and your contact information to that person so he or she can contact you directly.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in finding someone. Maybe you will reunite sooner than you think.
Search and find via the Archive of the University of Stuttgart
Approximately every fith inquiry directed at the Archive of the University of Stuttgart is related to the period of study of former students. Through the archive of the University of Stuttgart, you can conduct an online search for former students on your own. The archive provides the matriculation registers of the former Polytechnic University Stuttgart (today University of Stuttgart) from 1829 (establishement of the university as "Consolidated Real and Trade School") up until March 31th 1932 (winter term 1931/1932).
Users of the archive may go through the numerous students registration lists by means of name, thereby finding out the period of study of the respective student they are looking for. A database scans more than 9 000 pages and sorts out those parts that contain the person's name searched for. Sometimes the found data even contains more information than just the name.