In 1789 France exploded into Revolution, George Washington was elected first president of the United States, Fletcher Christian led the infamous Mutiny on H.M.S. Bounty, William Wilberforce began his crusade in the British House of Commons to abolish the slave trade, and Bishop Charles Inglis founded King’s College.
In 1846 the British Crown, which had supported the college with a yearly sum of 1000 pounds, withdrew their funding. It fell to a group of alumni to organize, and cover their alma mater’s shortfall. This is the origin of our Alumni Association, the oldest in Canada.
And we still need you!
Join a branch
Alumni branches are volunteer-driven, geographically-based alumni groups whose purpose is to bring King’s alumni together for both social and professional gatherings in support of the Alumni Association’s strategic goals. Branch activity provide members with a means of celebrating achievements and maintaining valuable lifelong connections with former classmates, while helping the university meet its current day needs.
Dine and golf with fellow alumni
Come dine with us at the alumni annual dinner, or hit the green at the golf tournament.
Update and share
Have you moved? Changed email address? Charted a new career? Got married? Or have you just remembered a fond story from your time at King’s? To ensure you receive our mailings, magazine and e-news, update and share.
To provide current and future students a boost of encouragement and a glimpse of ‘life after King’s’, we have built a site that will keep you up to date with each other, toast your achievements, and showcase the many roads King’s alumni travel.
Why not share your story or nominate another…