The University has cancelled all in-person events until further notice. Please visit the online hub for #STAYHOME alumni page to stay connected virtually with the University of Toronto.
We need talented and inspiring alumni like you!
Your level of commitment as alumni volunteers is up to you — whether you have just five minutes to upload a professional profile or are interested in an ongoing mentorship role, we have an opportunity to suit your needs.
Connect with Arts & Science in as little as 10 minutes and review our many other ways to connect below.
Connect with Arts & Science in under 10 minutes
- Students welcome your career advice and insights as to what to expect when they leave U of T. Join our Backpack to Briefcase (b2B) LinkedIn group
- Support current academic priorities (such as student scholarships and field education trips) by making an online donation to the Faculty of Arts & Science or your affiliated department/unit.
- Update your contact information to continue receiving Faculty of Arts & Science e-newsletters, event invites, U of T Magazine and more.
- Contact your Faculty/College-affiliated alumni association for volunteer opportunities.
- Nominate a current student for a University of Toronto Student Leadership Award to recognize their volunteer contributions to the University of Toronto or nominate a fellow alumnus for an Arbor Award to recognize their extraordinary volunteer commitment to U of T after graduation.
Connect with Arts & Science in under 5 hours
- Join our b2B program as a panelist or networking guest, or participate at a b2B Mentorship Meal or career panel to share your insights.
- Become an Alumni Recruitment Ambassador and interact with prospective Arts & Science students at recruitment events across the globe.
- Attend a U of T alumni event, such as a SHAKER (a premier event series for young U of T alumni), Alumni Reunion or other events around the world.
Connect with Arts & Science throughout the academic year in under 10 hours
- Join a student-alumni Mentorship Program offered through our Arts & Science academic units. Mentors meet one-on-one with students monthly in person, or by email, phone or Skype.