Frequently Asked Question

  • Q: What is the Alumni Community?

    A: The Community is a free, searchable online database of information about alumni from Ace Institute of Management.

  • Q: Who is eligible for the Ace Alumni services?

    A: All graduates from Ace Institute of Management are eligible.

  • Q: What information is available online?

    A: The online Community includes name; graduation degree, batch, and year; and home and business contact information. It also includes e-mail addresses and, if posted, a photo and a personal profile.

  • Q: How do I register for the online Community?

    A: You need to log in with a registered email address and password. If you haven’t registered yet, you can register here.

  • Q: How do I update my address?

    A: To update your address, please login to the Online Community, click on My Information, and fill in the appropriate information. You can also e-mail your updated address to

  • Q: How do I find classmates and friends?

    A: The online directory, which is available through the Online Community, enables you to search for fellow alumni by name, session and year.

  • Q: How do I find out about career services available to me as an alumnus/a?

    A: Through the Online Community, you can look for employment opportunities in a job database accessible exclusively to Ace alumni.

  • Q: Who can see my personal information?

    A: The privacy of your personal information is our top priority. Only you can access and update your personal profile, and only Ace alumni can view the Alumni Directory information. Areas of the website contain private information can be accessed only by Acealumni and only via a password-protected login. Through your personal profile, you can limit what information appears to other alumni in the online directory.

  • Q: I don't want to be listed in the alumni directory. How do I opt out?

    A: Click on the "Privacy Preferences" on your directory profile and follow the directions there.

  • Q: Can I give my username and/or password to someone?

    A: Computer and network accounts provide access to personal, confidential data. Therefore, individual accounts cannot be transferred to or used by another individual. Sharing accounts or passwords is not permitted.