This is the place to learn about and register for upcoming community, parent and alumni events. Please check back often for updates or email association@ucc.on.ca with any questions.

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  • Alumni Hockey Game — Saturday, February 4

    Join us on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023 at 11:30 a.m. to play in the annual Alumni Hockey Game at the Wilder Arena. Players will participate in a full 3-period game. Full equipment is required and referees will be provided. A complimentary lunch will follow in the arena lounge. 

    Click here to register.
  • Founder's Dinner — Tuesday, February 7

    Please join us in person on February 7 as we celebrate and honour our distinguished alumni and community leaders for their outstanding contributions to the College and the greater community. This evening event will feature a keynote speech by Blake Hutcheson ’80, along with presentations to our Old Boy of Distinction and J.D. Stevenson award winners.

    Click here for more details and to purchase tickets.
  • Speaking Of — Virtual event series

    All in our community are encouraged to attend this dynamic virtual event series exploring a range of thought-provoking topics with alumni experts and moderated by young grads of the College.

    Click here for information on the Speaking Of series.
Visitors Policy

UCC is pleased to welcome visitors to its campus. Visitors are asked to self-screen for any symptoms of illness or COVID-19 prior to their campus visit, and to refrain from visiting with symptoms or a positive COVID-19 test result. When masks are not required, UCC maintains a mask-friendly environment and supports individual decisions regarding mask preference. 

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  • Kristina Schreiber

    Executive Director
    Community Relations

    The Community Relations team strives to bring UCC's community together to foster a greater sense of belonging and engagement. Through a variety of programs, events and initiatives, we provide opportunities for community members to stay connected to the College and each other.
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