You are a vital part of our success! How do we define our Arts & Science alumni? In a word: Boundless.
As University of Toronto Arts & Science alumni, you are part of a thriving, global community of outstanding graduates in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. We have more than 260,000 alumni living in more than 190 countries. Every day and in every sector — arts and culture, education, health, industry, business, innovation, scientific research, government, non-profit and more — our alumni are making a far-reaching and positive difference in their communities and around the world.
Share your experience
Inspire, motivate and encourage A&S current students and recent grads by sharing your lived experiences and career advice. Get involved and find a range of programs aimed at connecting alumni with fellow classmates, faculty and staff. Support students in their transition, whether into university life or into rewarding post-university careers.
A&S News & Stories
Amazing things happen here every day. The Faculty of Arts & Science pushes the boundaries of knowledge. Check out the most recent alumni news & stories.
Backpack to Briefcase (b2B)
b2B events invite alumni to meet and help students make the transition from a university career into a rewarding, successful career beyond U of T. Learn more about Backpack to Briefcase.
Next Steps Conference
With a variety of speakers, career exploration panels, personal and professional development seminars and networking opportunities, Next Steps helps participants explore their options — even those they didn’t know they had. Learn more about how to register for the Next Steps Conference.
Congratulations to our newest group of alumni!
As our esteemed alumni, you are part of a prestigious group that includes Canadian Prime Ministers William Lyon Mackenzie King, Paul Martin, Arthur Meighen and Lester B. Pearson. We have Supreme Court justices among our ranks, including The Honourable Rosalie Silberman Abella, Andromache Karakatsanis and John Douglas Armour.
You are also among a Canadian Governor General, Nobel Peace Prize recipients, renowned filmmakers — including David Cronenberg, Atom Egoyan, Norman Jewison, Shelley Saywell, Dawn Wilkinson, Betty Xie — and Juno Award winners Sophie Milman and the Strumbellas’s Dave Ritter. And don’t forget our literary luminaries, including Margaret Atwood, Joy Fielding, Stephen Leacock, Rohinton Mistry, Farley Mowat, Michael Ondaatje and Ian Williams.
In these challenging economic times, we encourage you to leverage your alumni benefits and connections.
Contact the Alumni Relations Office
If you require a U of T transcript, course description or verification of a degree, please visit the Transcript Centre’s website. If you have any questions, the Alumni Relations Office would be happy to help!