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Issues from 1998
Issues from 1998


Great ways to connect through the virtual community

In today’s busy and interconnected world, OSCA recognises the value to the Scotch Family of a virtual community through OSCAnet and other social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

By connecting through one or all of these channels, you will be able to keep track of all things OSCA and stay in touch with friends and other alumni.

By registering on the OSCAnet website you will:

• hear about and register for upcoming reunions and events

• keep up to date with important information via our eNewsletter, news alerts, etc.

• participate in various online competitions with great prizes

• add your business details to our directory and post job opportunities or look for a job.

Many more useful and interesting opportunities will arise when you connect with our virtual community.

OSCA looks forward to hearing about what you’ve been up to in work and play, and to staying in touch through our virtual community.

If you have any problems logging into OSCAnet, please contact Scott Montgomery in the OSCA Office.Phone.03 9810 4303. Email

Here’s how to connect


Search on ‘Old Scotch Collegians’ Association’ and apply to join the closed group on or the mobile app. If you run into issues, please email OSCA at


Type in the search term ‘Old Scotch Collegians’ Association’ on or the mobile app to find the page and ‘like’ it.


Choose to follow @oscanet on or the mobile app.


Username – look for oscollegians on or the mobile app.


Search for ‘Old Scotch Collegians’ Association’, and subscribe to the channel on or the mobile app.


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Updated: 3 October 2016