St. Michael’s College
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As proud alumni of the University of St. Michael’s College, you are part of growing and dynamic community that takes pride in excellence in education, of being part of a culture of caring, and ensuring that the values “Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge” continue to inform the way you live your lives. St. Mike’s is proud to continue our relationship by offering you a multitude of services, opportunities for engagement, and the potential for life-long learning.

Upcoming Events

Spring Reunion

Join your classmates at St. Mike's for Spring Reunion 2018.

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Alumni News

St. Michael's Magazine

Read the current issue of the USMC alumni magazine.

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Submit your stories!

We are so proud of what our alumni accomplish in their lives. Each achievement adds to reputation of St. Michael’s and serves to inspire future generations. Please keep us posted so we can share all your exciting news with your classmates and friends: smc.bulletinboard@utoronto.ca.

Stay Connected with UofT Alumni Email

Upon graduation, your student email will change to your.name@alum.utoronto.ca. Use it to find out about mentorship opportunities, social events, potential job information and more.

Click here to activate your email

Get Involved

Thanks to the leadership and involvement of our alumni, St. Mike’s can build on its vision, spirit and traditions. Help shape the future of St. Mike’s by joining your fellow alumni on one of our volunteer societies or by becoming a mentor to current USMC students.

Alumni Association

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Our mission is to create and nurture the best possible relationships between the University of St. Michael’s College and St. Mike’s alumni, as well as within the alumni community. We also seek to represent and communicate the perspectives of our alumni on decisions that affect the future of USMC.

What We Do:

  • We create meaningful connections between alumni and USMC.
  • We create, support, and help publicize events that bring alumni and the University together in a manner that celebrates and galvanizes the USMC vision and meets the needs and interests of alumni at different stages of their lives.
  • We work with groups across the campus to help shape the future of USMC.

Read more about the Alumni Association here.

Meet the USMCAA Board

  • Andy Lubinsky 7T9 | President
  • Steven A. Williams 9T4 | Past-President
  • Gloria C. Buckley 4T8
  • Karen A. Chambers 8T8 
  • Alex Grecco 1T1
  • Andria D Minicucci 9T9
  • Ann L. Sullivan 7T7

Interested in becoming an Alumni Association Board Member? Click here to fill out the application form.

Contact the Alumni Association

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We’d like to hear from you! Use the contact information below to let us know your thoughts, volunteer for events, and inquire about other opportunities.

Andy Lubinsky
President, Alumni Association Board of Directors
905-330-1954 
smc.alumniassociation@utoronto.ca

Steve Williams
Past President, Membership Committee Chairman
416-363-8704
 smc.alumniassociation@utoronto.ca

For more information about the Alumni Association, please contact Leslie Belzak, Director of Advancement, Alumni at 416-926-7286 or email smc.alumniaffairs@utoronto.ca.

Young Alumni

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Young Alumni Committee (YAC): Creating Connections

As a Young Alumni, you’re a member of the St. Mike’s family for life.

We’re here to help you stay connected.

  • We participate in a wide variety of mentorship programs on campus and at the U of T. It’s a great way to give back and get involved.
  • We host and help to organize a wide variety of social and networking events both at USMC and at the University of Toronto. These events are a great way to stay in touch with your classmates and make new connections in your chosen field.

We offer opportunities for professional development, networking, volunteering, continuing education, and, of course, social events.

Meet the Young Alumni Committee

  • Teresa Martin 0T5
  • Ainsley Gilkinson 0T9
  • Cesare Plastina 0T9
  • Laura Fallico 1T0
  • Valerie Burnatowski 1T1
  • Andrew Manis 1T1
  • Cynthia Mutheardy 1T1
  • Greg Rupik 0T8
  • Anita Xia 1T2
  • Anthony Salandra 1T2

Get Involved with Young Alumni

Designed to enable the Alumni Board to better connect with USMC’s alumni from the past fifteen years, the USMC Young Alumni Committee develops exciting programs and events specifically tailored to young alumni’s needs and interests.

Have ideas on how this should be accomplished? Apply to be a member of the Committee! You will be working with some of USMC’s brightest alumni to organize vibrant events that strengthen the Alumni network as well as provide attendees with connections and opportunities only possible through St. Mike’s.

Now accepting applications!

Positions can be held for a two-year term.

Please fill out the application here, or read the committee by-laws here.

Email any questions to Leslie Belzak, Director of Advancement, Alumni at smc.alumniaffairs@utoronto.ca.

Become a Friend of the Kelly Library

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Become a member of the Friends of the John M. Kelly Library. By doing so, you will help to ensure that the library continues its vital mission of supporting the personal and intellectual endeavours of all those who come to St. Mike’s now and in the future. The purpose of the Friends will be to raise funds and plan activities and events to enrich the resources of the Kelly Library. For more info about the Friends of the Kelly Library, please click here

The Friends of the Library are looking for volunteers to assist with setting up/packing up and restocking the tables for the Annual SMC Book Sale. If you would like to volunteer please email kelly.friends@utoronto.ca.

Opportunities for Alumni Involvement at USMC

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There are numerous opportunities for you to become involved with St. Michael’s. For more information on participating as an alum on the Lenten Retreat Committee, Senate, Collegium, College of Electors, or The Mike, please contact Leslie Belzak, Director of Advancement, Alumni at 416-926-7286 or email smc.alumniaffairs@utoronto.ca.

Support the Young Alumni Award

Specify the Young Alumni Award in your comments. Your dollars make a difference.

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Life After Graduation

There are many resources and benefits available to alumni through St. Michael’s, the USMC Faculty of Theology, and U of T. From career resources to mentoring and volunteering, from discount insurance to travel opportunities to furthering your learning, take advantage of all that being a St. Michael’s alumni has to offer.

Mentoring and Volunteering

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St. Michael’s alumni are coming back to campus to make a difference. Contact us about becoming a mentor.  Please contact Leslie Belzak, Director of Advancement, Alumni at 416-926-7286 or email smc.alumniaffairs@utoronto.ca.

Career and Engagement

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Recent Graduate Employment Service

All current U of T students and alumni who graduated within the last 2 years are invited to use the Career Centre services. Appointments, workshops and programs are available to book online at www.studentlife.utoronto.ca. In August you can select from:

  • Career Chat: Networking
  • LinkedIn Lab
  • Resume Workshop
  • Practice You Interview
  • …and many more

Visit U of T’s Career Centre website or drop by the Koffler Student Services Centre for more information.

Next Steps Conference

Adjusting to life after graduation can be a bit tricky but this annual conference aims to help you land on your feet. Click here for more information.

Backpack to Briefcase Industry Nights

Interested in a career but want to know more about it? b2B Industry Nights are industry-specific networking events that give students and recent grads the opportunity to meet alumni working in the fields they are interested in. Click here for more information.

Shaker Pro
This networking series features talks and seminars for young alumni on the career fast-track. Click here for more information.

Benefits for Graduates

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Stay Connected with UofT Alumni E-mail

Upon graduation, your student email will change to your.name@alum.utoronto.ca. Use it to find out about mentorship opportunities, social events, potential job information and more.

Is your alumni email account enabled? Check here to activate your email.

Enjoy Discount Insurance Rates

Grads are offered special rates from partners including:

More information can be found at the Insurance Services for U of T Alumni webpage.

Life-Long Learning

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Audit St. Mike’s Theology Graduate Studies

Alumni are welcome to audit up to three courses for free at the USMC  Faculty of Theology, a founding member of the Toronto School of Theology. Some conditions apply. For more information, contact: Catherine Mulroney, BA, MDiv, Programs Co-ordinator at 416-926-7128 or inquiry.usmctheology@utoronto.ca.

Credit $750 Towards University of Toronto Continuing Education

U of T’s Continuing Education credit is available for 2 years after convocation. U of T’s School of Continuing Studies offers over 500 classroom and online courses.  Learn more about Continuing Education by visiting the school’s website.

Library Services

Your Alumni Card is your gateway to the closed stacks in the Robarts Library. Sign up for a John M. Kelly Library Alumni Reader Card (EMR Card) for $30 per year. With this card you can take 10 items out at a time, with a 2 week loan period for books and a 1 week loan period for DVDs. For more information, visit the Circulation Desk at the Kelly Library.

 

Recreation and Travel

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Trim 50% Off Hart House Rec Services

Use your UofT alumni card (obtained at Robarts) to get active or express your artistic side.

Learn more at the Hart House website  or by phone at 416-978-2452 or email inquiries@harthouse.ca.

Explore the World

The UofT Alumni Travel Program offers opportunities to connect with alumni and other travellers who share your interests. Visit the Program's website for more information.