Schedule of Events
||Registration & Breakfast
||Old Boy Engagement
||Breakout Session wrap-up
||As noted above
||Final remarks and closing
||Bernick Family Foyer
Moderators and Panelists
Long-Term Financial Model of the College
UCC is dedicated to delivering world-class academic and co-curricular experiences for our students while ensuring that the College is as accessible as possible to the most promising applicants. With the continued need to manage increases in tuition combined with the expectation of ever-increasing operating costs, how will UCC’s financial model evolve to balance our dual objectives?
Jim Garner '77, Vice-Principal of Advancement and Strategy, UCC
Dave Hadden ’71, former head of Lakefield College School; educational consultant and strategic adviser to the Canadian Accredited Independent School (CAIS) Association
Patti MacNicol, Chief Administrative Officer, UCC
Doug McCutcheon ’83, Chair of the Board of Governors at Sterling Hall School and president of Longview Asset Management Ltd.
UCC’s Financial Assistance Program
Over the last 10 years, the College’s commitment to accessibility has resulted in the significant growth of the financial assistance program — today, 20 per cent of students receive financial assistance. What are the implications of this changing landscape, specifically related to ensuring a consistent experience for all students, and addressing the needs of full-fee-paying parents?
Richard Willoughby ’80, Chair of the UCC Foundation and a senior corporate lawyer with Torys LLP
Anne-Marie Kee, Executive Director of Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) Association
J.P. Mackay ’02, Trustee for UCC’s Barbara Barrow Foundation, Member of UCC’s Association Council and Director, Asset Management at Timbercreek Asset Management
David McBride, Vice-Principal of Enrolment Management, UCC
Old Boy Engagement with College Life
Our alumni are encouraged to stay connected to UCC to the greatest possible extent. How can we get more Old Boys into our classrooms, taking part in school events, and using their skills and wisdom to make a vital impact on the everyday life of the College?
Alison Holt, Senior Counsel and Managing Director, Communications at the Offord Group; former Vice-Principal of External Relations at Greenwood College School and an alumni relations professional at Queen’s University and the University of Toronto
Ben Gilbank ’04, President of the Young Alumni Network and senior associate at Forgestone Capital
Tom Lace ’06, Spearheaded the Old Boy volunteer program with Horizons; portfolio manager at Longview Asset Management Ltd.
Rodger Wright ’70, Special Adviser to the Office of Advancement and Strategy at UCC; former head of Trinity College School and Collingwood School