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Alumni: Giving U of T more reasons to be proud


Introducing Alumni Circle

The online community exclusively for U of T alumni.

Connect and catch up with alumni from around the world. Broaden your social and professional circles. Customize your profile, join discussions, post pictures, start a blog, join groups, and keep up with the U of T community – all in one place.

Alumni Circle offers its members a personalized web space. Build custom profile pages that personify your interests and professional life. Consolidate your content from Facebook, Myspace, Flickr, Youtube, and popular sites in one place you'll be proud to call your virtual home.

A place for discourse and discovery, conversations and connections. Start a blog and engage with the ideas of others. Expand your social circles by meeting new friends and business contacts.

Find old friends and classmates from your time as a student. Network with alumni living in your area and around the world.

Alumni Circle is the online community exclusively for U of T alumni, and is rapidly becoming the one-stop portal for all things alumni-related.

Just like the university itself, Alumni Circle is a community of communities. There are numerous groups containing information and discussion areas specific to particular colleges, schools, and alumni associations. More groups are being added on a monthly basis. Visit Groups and Networks to explore.

Alumni Circle went live in Beta on May 29, 2008.  You can help us improve by submitting a comment to our support team at [email protected]. Questions, comments, and requests usually receive a response within 2 days during regular business hours.  

What is iModules?  

The University of Toronto licenses its online community software from iModules Inc. based out of Overland Park, Kansas.  

You may see the name “iModules” in some parts of the community – for example, when you are on the secure part of the site, the address will be iModules is our trusted provider, and facilitates the operation of the site. U of T has complete ownership of the site, and constituent data is protected under the University of Toronto’s privacy laws. The site is physically hosted in a secure location in Toronto, Ontario.