Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a member of the Parramatta Marist Old Boys Union?

All former students and staff of Parramatta Marist are automatically entitled to be members of the Old Boys Union. You activate your membership by keeping your contact details up to date and enjoying the benefits of membership including attending the Annual Dinner.

You can keep your contact details up to date by either registering on this website. You can keep your contact details up to date using the link included in e-newsletters or complete the required fields of the registration form. You will be notified you are already registered and automatically be sent a link to update your details.

You can also notify us of changes in details using the Contact Form on this website.

All contact details are confidential. Information will only be released with your express permission. Also please see our Privacy Policy HERE.

How is the Committee of the Old Boys Union appointed?

The committee is elected at the Annual General meeting of the Old Boys’ Union, usually held in February each year. Expressions of interest to serve on the Committee are canvassed at the Annual Reunion Dinner, usually held in October.  There is scope for members to be co-opted to the Committee during the year. There is also scope to provide assistance on an ad-hoc basis. If you are interested in being on the Committee or would otherwise like to provide assistance go to Contact Us and complete the email form.

How can I contact a fellow Old Boy if I don’t have his details?

Just send us a message using the Contact Form on this website. Please expressly confirm we can provide your details to the Old Boy in question. We will then contact the Old Boy in question if we have their details. As long as given your consent we will provide your details to the Old Boy.

We will let you know if we do not have the contact details for the Old Boy in question.   At all times we will maintain the privacy of Old Boys.

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Go to the Contact Form on this website and complete the form with your question.

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