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Thursday, Sept. 24 to Sunday, Sept. 27

Join us for a special Alumni Weekend as we celebrate 100 years

Do Great Things Leadership Summit

Come see what we did to pump up our leadership skills

Centenary Leadership Lecture

See highlights of Rick Hansen's evening with UAlberta alumni

June 25, 2015
Stanford, CA

 

June 28, 2015
Shanghai, China

 

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Disney's The Lion King Poster

Disney's The Lion King

Edmonton: July 14 – August 9, 2015
Calgary: August 11 – September 6, 2015

Disney’s The Lion King, the smash hit Broadway musical, is coming to Edmonton and Calgary!

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In celebration of Doing Great Things as U of A alumni for 100 years, we want to collect 2,015 volunteer experiences in 2015.

From our campus to our communities, U of A alumni are making their time count through volunteerism. 

Become a volunteer

The moment you chose the U of A, you became a member of our alumni community—260,000 vital and passionate people who share their talents across Canada and around the world.

This is the place for you to take advantage of alumni benefits, attend events and network with other alumni, share memories and keep in touch with the university. Look around. There’s no shortage of ways to stay connected.

The role of the Alumni Association is defined by the Alumni Charter, an agreement between the association and the University of Alberta that outlines the important role that alumni and the Alumni Association play in contributing to the success of the university.


Centenary Graduation Gift

On behalf of the over 260,000 UAlberta alumni, we warmly welcome students graduating in the year 2015 to the Alumni Association. In honour of our 100-year history, we have commissioned the digital paintings “U of A North Campus” for graduates from Edmonton campuses and “Founders’ Hall” for graduates of Augustana. The paintings are the work of alumnus Jason Blower, ‘00 BEd. Prints of the paintings were made on fine art paper and distributed to convocants with their parchment.


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