U of T Alumni Reunion

May 29 – June 2, 2024

Join us for the biggest alumni event of the year!
Early bird pricing available until April 30!

So many beginnings. So many stories.

First time away from home, first all-nighter, first aha moment in a lecture hall. U of T was a time of new experiences and every spring, thousands of grads come back for more. We can't wait to share laughs and create new memories with you. Join us for U of T Alumni Reunion 2024!

The Suds Pub, Frosh Week and snowball fights in the lecture room - U of T Engineers work hard but know how to have fun, too!

Alumni Reunion is the biggest alumni event of the year, so we asked three Reunion Ambassadors, Holly Chen (Civ 1T4), Inga Hipsz (MechE 9T4) and Mike Papulkas (Civ8T9) to tell us about their experiences, and they are unanimous: You should go to Reunion.🥳

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Engineering Reunion Events

Young Alumni SHAKER at Canada's Wonderland


Our flagship event for young alumni goes to Canada’s Wonderland for a night of thrills under the stars. Your ticket includes after-hours access to select rides and games, food and non-alcoholic beverages (alcohol will be available on-site for purchase). This is a 19+ event. 

Don’t forget to come see us at the U of T Engineering table to say hi and grab some fun swag! You can find us in the Courtyard from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 

Date: May 29, 2024
6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Food service: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Canada's Wonderland
Cost: $25 for alumni / $35 for non-alumni
Shuttle services (from St. George campus): $5 pp

Kids' Passport

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You and your children (especially suited to 4-12 year-olds) can travel to a variety of faculties, learning with professors and students through hands on activities. Drop-in to one or all sessions!

U of T Engineering specific: Welcome to Engineering Outreach, where innovation meets fun and discovery! Step into a world of interactive learning with two captivating activities: the Circuit Maze Challenge, where you'll navigate the basics of electrical circuits, and the Slime Lab Spectacular, offering a hands-on exploration of polymers and their stretchy, squishy properties. Each activity is designed to spark curiosity and showcase the vibrant world of engineering in an engaging, hands-on way!

Accessibility information: We strive to ensure that each activity station participating in Kids' Passport is accessible. Full accessibility instructions will be provided in the passport received at the event check-in. 

Date: June 1, 2024
Time: 9:00
a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Sandford Fleming Building, 'The Pit' (basement)


Stress-Free Degree Lecture


A highlight of Alumni Reunion is always our Stress-Free Degree series -- fun and enlightening lectures by noted U of T professors and instructors. You get all the learning and none of the homework! Lectures are free and take place on the St. George campus.

U of T Engineering specific:
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
AI has become a hot topic that promises to revolutionize many aspects of our lives, yet few of us fully understand its advantages and disadvantages.

Professor Ervin Sejdic of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering will provide an overview of AI in medicine, including whether it will replace our clinicians and recent developments in its application to various health outcomes.

Accessibility information: To be confirmed

Date: June 1, 2024
Time: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. 

Location: St. George Campus


Alumni Fest

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Come hungry and bring the kids to Alumni Fest! Hosted on the newly renovated front campus and will offer food, music and entertainment for all ages. Reconnect and find out what some of your faculties and colleges are up to. Food will be available on site for purchase. 

U of T Engineering specific: Drop by the Engineering tents to see the students’ innovative engineering designs (and maybe even get to ride in one!), grab some great swag and learn all about the future of U of T Engineering. It will be a stop filled with creativity, innovation and endless inspiration. See you there!

Accessibility information: This event is fully accessible.  

Date: June 1, 2024
12:00 p.m - 3:00 p.m.
Location: St. George Campus, Front Campus

Free ($5 per person for food on-site)

Departmental Socials and Tours


Alumni and friends are invited to reconnect with their department and catch up with fellow alumni. Take a walk down memory lane while hearing from current students and faculty members about exciting updates in the department. Families welcome.

Each unit will host their own event; activities include lab tours, student displays and meeting with academic leaders and current students. Check the registration link for department specific event information.

Accessibility information: Most buildings are fully accessible. If you have specific requirements, please email events@engineering.utoronto.ca. 

Date: June 1, 2024
1:00 p.m - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering buildings


Engineering Happy Hour

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We are, we are, we are, we are, we are the engineers!  Join fellow U of T Engineering alumni to reconnect over food and drink while sharing stories from your SkuleTM days. Featuring a few special guest appearances! 💥 All years welcome. Families welcome. 

The ticket price includes one drink ticket, food, non-alcoholic beverages, swag and more!

Accessibility information: This event is fully accessible. 

Date: June 1, 2024
3:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Faculty Club

$30, until April 30
$35, after May 1

Engineering Honoured Years Dinner

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Honoured year alumni are invited to join us to celebrate and toast to milestone anniversaries and the lifelong connections made at U of T Engineering. The perfect way to end a memorable and exciting Alumni Reunion day!

The ticket price includes hors d'oeuvres, 1 drink ticket, 3 course dinner with wine service, non-alcoholic beverages and more! 
Accessibility information: This event is fully accessible.

Date: June 1, 2024
5:30 p.m - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Faculty Club

Cost: $75, until April 30
$100, after May 1

So many more events to choose from! 

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With five days of fun planned, there is something for everyone. Don’t forget to check out the rest of Alumni Reunion events like: LGBTQ2S+ Spring Soiree, the Chancellors Breakfast, 50th Anniversary celebration and much more.

Alumni Reunion 2023 photo gallery 

Engineering Alumni Reunion '23
Alumni Reunion 2023 – Pub Social

Celebrate Skule™ Alumni Reunion with a Gift

Celebrate Alumni Reunion with a class gift that opens doors for the next generation of engineers.

Reunions are milestones, an occasion for you and your classmates to commemorate and reflect on how U of T Engineering has impacted your life. Alumni Reunion presents a terrific opportunity to come together and give back to Skule™. Your donation will help to ensure our future students have the support they need so that they can experience the many exceptional learning opportunities and sense of community that you did.

Every gift (big and small) makes an impact. 

Whether you give $20.24 a month or $2,024, your funds can be directed towards the Skule™ Fund which provides resources for the Faculty's most pressing needs, your department, student clubs, student financial assistance or any other Skule™ program close to your heart. You can also support an existing class scholarship or establish a new one.

Please contact Nadia Gibbons at nadia.gibbons@utoronto.ca or 416-978-0380 with questions regarding your gift.

Become a Class Ambassador

Class Ambassadors are essential to keeping your class connected with U of T Engineering. We are looking for alumni volunteers who keep in touch with their classmates and are willing to act as spokespeople for their graduating class.

Class Ambassadors work closely with the Alumni Relations team to suggest possible activities for reunion, contact members of their class and encourage their classmates to support the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.

If you are interested in volunteering as a Class Ambassador, please register here or contact Manager of Alumni Relations, Shannon Osborne at shannon.osborne@utoronto.ca for more details.