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U of T Alumni Association

U of T Alumni Association
U of T Alumni Association

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Your UTAA helps make it easy for alumni to participate at U of T. Our goal is a positive, relevant, fulfilling experience for all.

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SUPPORTING ALUMNI PARTICIPATION AT U OF T

Since 1900, the UTAA has been committed to encouraging alumni participation in the life of the University of Toronto. We support scholarships and aid in student recruitment. We participate in U of T’s governance process via the College of Electors. And we act as a support and liaison for and between faculty and college alumni associations. Help us help U of T!

Board Committees

Alumni with an interest in community, mentoring or our global family, please get in touch and share your skills with us.

Board of Directors

The UTAA operates through a board of 11 directors and one ex-officio member, all of whom serve as ambassadors for the University and its alumni.

UTAA-affiliated award programs

Carl Mitchell Award for Community Engagement

2018 Recipient
Honouring a University of Toronto alum who has made a difference in their community through grassroots volunteering.

Awards of Excellence

2018 Recipients
UTAA and Alumni relations recognize members of the University of Toronto community who, through an incredible breadth of accomplishments, helped U of T take its place among the world’s best.

Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards

2018 Recipients
UTAA and Alumni Relations recognize graduating students for academic excellence, and for outstanding leadership contributions to improving the world around them.

The Rose Wolfe Distinguished Alumni Award

The inaugural award will be announced in 2019.
The Rose Wolfe Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes exceptional individuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement in their professional lives, dedication to civic, charitable and social causes, and extraordinary service to the University of Toronto, in a way that enables or inspires others to reach their full potential.

open-letter

Response to Open Letter to University of Toronto Alumni Association re: Cressy Award

Read the full statement here.

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