McGill Alumni Online Community

Bloomberg Manulife prize winner at McGill
On January 21st, Dr. David Jenkins, winner of the 2014 Bloomberg Manulife Prize spoke at a sold-out event on the McGill downtown campus. Watch the webcast here >>

Four McGillians in Forbes 30 Under 30
Forbes Magazine has recently unveiled its annual 30 Under 30: a list of leading young entrepreneurs and innovators under 30 years of age. Read more >>

Remembering a pioneer
Michelle Tisseyre, a distinguished journalist and McGill alumna, has sadly passed away. Read more >>

 

Committed to Achievement
McGill students, faculty members and grads are excelling in countless different ways. A new publication shows you how.  Click here to read >>

Irving Ludmer Foundation gives $2.9M
The new gift to McGill and The Neuro will add brain imaging and neuroinformatics capacity to the partnership, driving new discoveries and understanding of brain development in children.  Watch the video >>

The McGill Commitment
McGill's commitment to delivering an enriched education beyond the classroom is preparing students and alumni for meaningful careers and lives as true global citizens.  Watch the video >>

   

Alumni Online Community

Welcome to McGill Alumni Online Community! This website is a great resource to use if you want to reconnect with fellow graduates and with the University. It’s also the official home of the McGill Alumni Association and the University’s Development and Alumni Relations office. 

As well, the AOC is where you’ll find multimedia and social media offerings that will bring you up-to-date with what’s newest and most exciting at McGill.

The story continues

Since forming the first Graduates’ Society in 1857, alumni and friends of McGill have continually found creative ways of supporting the University. In the process, they have helped to build one of the world’s great institutions of higher learning. 

As a McGill graduate, you are automatically a member of the McGill Alumni Association and a part of our illustrious history. We hope you will use the AOC to reconnect with your alma mater, learn about the services we offer, and tell us more about your life and accomplishments. So have a look around, find a way to get involved, and let us know if you have any questions.