Access My Alumni Email 2011:
I GRADUATED IN OR BEFORE 2011
A FREE U OF T EMAIL ADDRESS
Show your pride in a great education and your connection to a world-leading university by using a U of T email address. We are pleased to offer a free @alumni.utoronto.ca email account to each of our graduates who convocated in or before 2011.
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HOW IT WORKS
Your @alumni.utoronto.ca account has two key differences: you will not see advertising when you log in and your email address will end in @alumni.utoronto.ca.
Frequently asked questions
Do I need to sign up?
Yes. If you graduated in or before 2011, fill out this form to apply for an alumni email. You’ll need to provide a secondary email address (so we can contact you with your account approval) and your student or alumni number (so we can verify your eligibility as a U of T graduate).
How do I find my alumni number?
Your alumni number is a unique ten-digit identifier the University of Toronto uses to track all communications we have sent to you, such as your U of T Magazine subscription status. You can find it on the mailing label of any print material we have sent to you, or at the bottom of any email we have sent to you.
Why was an incoming email put in the wrong tab?
U of T is working on upgrades to the spam filtering service that protects your alumni email account. Most individuals will not notice any changes to their email accounts. However, some people using the tabbed or focused inbox features may notice that their inbox has a slightly different algorithm for classifying non-spam messages.
What does “via alumutoronto.onmicrosoft.com” mean?
You may notice a message @via alumutoronto.onmicorosft.com appear when receiving email. This is related to the routing U of T has set up in order to host and maintain the @alumni.utoronto.ca and @alum.utoronto.ca email addresses. Some email providers include this information as part of an email send, however, it does not mean that any of your contacts see your email differently, it is only visible on your end as the receiver.
What if my question isn’t answered here?
For technical questions not answered here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (if you graduated before 2011). We will respond to you as soon as possible.