Upper Canada College enjoys a healthy, active relationship with alumni from all regions of Canada and many countries around the world. The College is always looking for interested and committed alumni to assist with projects or events.
This governing body of the UCC Association has 21 elected council members, eight ex-officio council members, parents and alumni who meet three times annually, in addition to the annual general meeting in October, to: serve as a link between UCC and its members; provide programs and services for its members; and engage its members in the service of UCC.
Alumni who’ve graduated within the past 15 years are invited to join this committee, which advises the UCC Association on strategies and innovations to strengthen Old Boy engagement in events, programs, communications, giving, stewardship and other areas.
Old Boys from around the world with experience in all areas who are willing to devote as much or as little time as they can spare are invited to help guide and solidify Old Boys’ career plans over the long and short term through mentoring opportunities.
Common Ties Advisory Committee
This committee provides strategic direction and assistance to the UCC Association in developing the Common Ties program to increase alumni involvement and affinity to the College by seeking to engage and involve Old Boys as both mentors and mentees and provide guidance throughout their careers.
Chair or Volunteer for an Event
As you can see from the above list, the UCC Association offers a wide variety of programming and events catering to Old Boys and is always looking for people to chair or volunteer for them to help nurture and enhance a cohesive community.
Assist your class president with reunion planning activities.
The admission office always welcomes referrals from Old Boys. Help spread the word or connect UCC to prospective families.
UCC enthusiastically welcomes alumni to connect with the College by getting involved with the Think Ahead campaign as a donor, volunteer or both. More information on this transformative campaign can be found at www.ucc.on.ca/thinkahead.