Over 85,000 McGill graduates call Montreal home. As a result, a number of local alumni groups work year-round to keep members of this incredibly diverse constituency engaged in their alma mater. Each of the following groups organizes events and activities for a different segment of the Montreal alumni community.
The McGill Women's Alumnae Association honours the legacy of the University's first female graduates and all McGill women who have broken down social, political or academic barriers. Their mission is to promote leadership by supporting educational achievement, lifelong learning and community service. Read more >>
As the hometown branch of the McGill Alumni Association, the McGill Society of Montreal organizes a number of events and activities for local graduates throughout the year. This group works to ensure that graduates who live near the University don't become complacent in maintaining their relationship with McGill. Read more >>
Focusing on graduates of the last 10 years, the McGill Young Alumni group works to build stronger ties between the University and its newest Montreal alumni. From curling to pub nights, this adventurous group stages regular events that are geared toward a younger, more active crowd. And it's a great way to network! Read more >>
The bond between Mac grads is legendary, and the Macdonald branch of the McGill Alumni Association plays a major role in keeping this unique relationship alive. You can find this group participating in a number of McGill events throughout the year, including Orientation in August, Homecoming in October and Founder's Day in February. Read more >>