The After Many Days Club is the University's longest-running Alumni Club, pre-dating even the General Council's Alumnus Association. In 1992 it celebrated its 100th anniversary. It had met even before 1892 but was reconstituted in that year and has been going ever since. We now have well over 1500 members worldwide.
Taking its name from the title of a poem about the University by R.F. Murray, the Club invites and encourages alumni to revisit St Andrews, to renew contacts with student friends and, even after many days, to make new friends. In doing so the Club is enabled to raise funds to use for the advancement of all aspects of education within the University and to support cultural and sporting activities too.