Keep in Touch!

We warmly welcome all alumni of Emmanuel College, including alumni of St Paul’s College from 1965 - 2007, to submit their contact details to our alumni database so that they may -

  • Keep up to date with news from the College
  • Attend reunions and other alumni events
  • Catch up with former classmates and teachers
  • Subscribe to the Alumni Connections newsletter

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Reunions and events

We regularly host class reunions and other events for our past students. Watch this space for news about upcoming events!

Alumni Business Breakfast 2024

All past students of Emmanuel College and St Paul's College are invited to our Alumni Business Breakfast for 2024, with special guest speaker Jelena Dokic.

Jelena Dokic achieved a rapid rise to fame as a young tennis star, but behind the scenes, she was also fighting poverty, racism, bullying, discrimination, injury and depression, as well as over twenty years of physical and emotional abuse from her tyrannical father and coach.

Despite all this Jelena's is an inspiring story, embodying hope, strength and perseverance.

We're thrilled to have her as a guest at Emmanuel College.

Date: Wednesday 13 March 2024
7.00 - 8.30am
McCoy Hall, St Paul's Campus - 423 Blackshaws Rd Altona North

Register your attendance here by March 6.

Class Reunions in 2024

We'll be planning two class reunions for 2024 - save the date!

NDC Class of 2014 Reunion - Friday 14 June 2024, at the Notre Dame Campus

SPC Class of 1974, 1984, 1994, 2004 and 2014 Reunion - Friday 29 November 2024, at the St Paul's Campus

Roll of Honour

We are very proud of the achievements of College alumni, and each year new members are inducted into the Emmanuel College Roll of Honour.

If you have any suggestions for alumni members to be nominated for the College Roll of Honour, please contact us at

View a list of Roll of Honour Inductees

Congratulations to the latest inductees into the Emmanuel College Roll of Honour, Dr Brian Murphy (SPC Class of 1972) and Dr Marcus McMahon (SPC Class of 1989).

Dr Brian Murphy studied medicine at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 1978 and specialising in general practice. He co-founded the Deakin Medical Centre in Mildura in 1983, and worked there until his retirement at the end of 2016.

Brian has also worked at the Balranald Aboriginal Medical Service, taught trainee GPs at the Monash University Regional Clinical School, and served as Medical Officer of Health for the Mildura Rural City Council.

An interest in sports medicine led him to become involved with the South Mildura Football Club - including setting up sports trainer courses for locals - and the Mildura Squash Club. Brian is also a patron of the Mildura Writers Festival.

Dr Marcus McMahon is a respiratory and sleep disorders physician, specialising in conditions such as sleep apnoea and narcolepsy. He completed a MBBS with Honours in 1996, and then completed a fellowship in respiratory and sleep medicine with the Royal Australian College of Physicians.

Marcus has also completed a Master of Medical Education, and works to teach trainee physicians, and has served on the Royal Australian College of Physicians Council.

While at St Paul's College, Marcus was a member of the student representative council and the debating team, and was involved in College musical productions. He was named Student Marianist for 1989.

Marcus serves as a student mentor in Emmanuel College's Nexus mentoring program. He is also a keen supporter of the arts, sponsoring an annual contemporary arts award and curating art exhibitions.

Alumni Newsletter

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Read Alumni Connections Edition 1

We have a proud history of Old Collegians returning to the school as teachers. Here Mr Daniel Velardo (Class of 2006) talks about why he returned to Emmanuel, and how the school has changed since he was a student.

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