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Old Etonian Association

The OEA was founded in 1897 to keep Old Etonians in touch with one another and to support the School as a united body. There are currently some 16 000 members worldwide. OEs are able to maintain or renew friendships either by purchasing a copy of the OEA List of Members or by logging on to a secure password protected website, OEA Online, where names and contact details are listed.

As well as the List of Members, the Association also publishes The OEA Review every Michaelmas half and Eton: News & Events in the Lent and Summer halves. There are regular e-bulletins too. If you are an OE who is not on our mailing list for these publications but would like to receive them in the future, do please contact the the OEA Office  or update your details here on OEA Online.  Members also receive invitations to the OEA’s leaving year reunions and other events such as the annual OEA Lecture.

Please see here for the OEA’s range of OE merchandise.

As an OE you may be interested in the School’s Admission process for your son, grandson or nephew; if so, please see Entry to Eton.  

Finally, you might wish to support Eton’s future. The Development Office would very much like to hear from you if you are interested in making a gift to the College.


Old Etonian Association
Eton College

Clerk to the OEA
Jackie Tarrant-Barton (Mrs)
Tel: 01753 370640

The OEA Office is in Radcliffe House, Gulliver's Passage, opposite Baldwin's Shore.

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The OEA is the only alumni organisation recognised by the School and with which it shares OE data. Neither the School nor the OEA has any association with any other alumni services (including Alumnet) and OEs provide their data to such services at their own risk.