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Alumni & friends

This is the real home page for the King’s website.

You may have left King's for the next stage of your life, but King's will be in your heart forever. It's where you made significant friendships, tested your intellectual powers, joined societies, and became yourself. And as a King’s alumna or alumna,  you will always be part of the King's community.

Whether you have just experienced Encaenia or are looking forward to milestone events, whether you spent five years in the quad or just one, the common experience of King's binds you to other King's alumni. You are now life-long members of the oldest Alumni Association in Canada (est. 1846).

Your personal stories reveal achievements in many different fields and answer the question 'why King’s?' loud and clear: because King's provides the foundation for life. 

We are here to help you maintain the friendships that were made and to encourage new connections with other members. There are alumni benefits and we urge you to keep in touch.

Alumni and friends play an important role in the life and progress of the university. More than ever before, we need you to tell others about King's, to organise and participate in events, and to tell us how King's can continue to be a part of your life, no matter where you go in the world.

Remember, you can always come home to King's.


November 3, 2015

King's Issues Call for Nominations for Honorary Degrees

All Faculty and Alumni, all members of the Board of Governors, except undergraduate members of the University,…

July 10, 2015

Kate Cayley wins 2015 Trillium Book Award

Kate Cayley (BAH ‘01) is the winner of the 2015 Trillium Book Award. Her first collection of short…

June 12, 2015

Smith's "To Heal A Sick Nation" wins silver at New York festival

Steve Smith (BJ ‘97) has won a silver medal in the History category of the 2015 New York…