Frequently asked questions
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Visit the site of GradImages, our official convocation photographer, to view and order your Convocation photos.
Alumni of the university who require a letter of degree confirmation may order an official letter for a small fee at our Certification of Degree website. Processing time is one to two weeks.
Prospective employers can verify the credentials of our graduates for a small fee at our Confirmation of Degree website. You will need the graduate’s student number.
News and events
Yes, we offer many opportunities for you to meet other members of our global alumni family. Come out to a networking reception for young alumni. Connect with an alumni group in your home town or in your field of work, or who share interests with you. Volunteer to mentor a graduating student. And every May, come join thousands of your fellow grads for a weekend of fun social events and fascinating exhibits and talks, at Alumni Reunion.
Every year in May or June, we hold our annual alumni weekend at the University of Toronto. All U of T grads are invited back to school for the weekend! Find out more about the fun social events and fascinating exhibits and talks on offer.
Yes, please! We would love to have you join our dedicated volunteers. Whether you're outgoing or shy, social or career-minded, browse our many opportunities for you to share your strengths and expertise.
Thank you for supporting U of T. Your gift will facilitate groundbreaking research and teaching, help shape our next generation of leaders, and address the social issues you care about most.
Online: You can make a gift online by Visa, Amex, or MasterCard.
Mail: Cheques may be made payable to the University of Toronto and mailed to:
University of Toronto
21 King’s College Circle
J. Robert S. Prichard Alumni House
Toronto, ON M5S 3J3
Telephone: To make a gift by phone, please call 416-978-0811.
All online donations automatically receive an electronic receipt, and we will mail you a receipt for mail or telephone donations of $5 or more. Tax receipts are issued in name of the credit card holder or cheque signatory.
To find out about creating a student award, matching programs, gifts in kind and other ways to contribute, please visit the Defy Gravity campaign website.
Organizations using names such as The International Alumni Association (IAA) and Worldwide Association of Notable Alumni (WANA) have been contacting U of T alumni and selling an expensive professional networking service.
These organizations are not affiliated with or endorsed by the University of Toronto in any way.
U of T does offer a browsable listing of alumni groups that you can use, without charge, to find fellow alumni in your geographical area, who share your interests, or who graduated from your faculty or college. In addition, all U of T alumni are automatically considered members of the U of T Alumni Association (UTAA). The UTAA does not charge a membership fee.
You may also wish to find out more about the University of Toronto’s own career support services for alumni.
If you have any concerns about whether a message is really from the University of Toronto, please contact us at
416-978-1221 or 1-800-463-6048
Alumni perks and benefits
If you graduated in or since 2012, you already have an alumni email in your name. Enjoy U of T alumni email and showcase your connection to your alma mater, a world-leading institution.
Browse the University of Toronto Bookstore for clothes, accessories, and gifts, and even customize an item! Shop in-store or online - new styles and limited edition items are released every season.
U of T offers alumni several levels of fee-based library cards, depending on your research needs. Enjoy access to the largest academic library in Canada, and one of the top five research libraries in North America, with more than 12 million holdings.
Enjoy exclusive alumni discounts and access to your favourite U of T gyms, venues and spaces — from tying the knot at Hart House to taking a dip in a world-class pool.