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Alumni: Giving U of T more reasons to be proud

 

Senior Alumni Association

The Senior Alumni Association was established in 1976. It brings together U of T alumni who are 55+. As a lifelong resource to alumni, the University of Toronto offers many opportunities to learn and grow. In addition, senior alumni – who have been learning and growing through all their years – can give back to the U of T community by sharing their wealth of wisdom and experience.

The Canadian Perspectives Lecture Series

The Senior Alumni Association offers a variety of programming, the most popular of which is the Canadian Perspectives Lecture Series. The Canadian Perspectives Lecture Series runs three times a year and covers diverse topics through a set of dynamic talks led by university faculty and industry experts . The lectures are open to alumni and friends and the general public of all ages.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you would like to help the University of Toronto community to learn and grow, you can give back to your alma mater by volunteering through the Senior Alumni Association for specific university projects or research initiatives—there are always opportunities to help out.

Join the Senior Alumni Association and stay engaged with your alma mater!