Chancellor Shelagh Rogers/UVic Torch Alumni Magazine

Purple Reign

Shelagh Rogers - a voice (and ears) for Canada - makes a fine fit for UVic's 11th chancellor. Read about her and why she thinks "UVic rocks" in the new issue of the UVic Torch Alumni Magazine.

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Board of directors

2015-16 UVic Alumni Association board of directors

Meet the volunteers who lead the alumni association's board of directors!

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Show your UVic love

Contributing time or resources makes UVic stronger, makes the value of your degree even greater, and builds a legacy of learning.

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Library fountain scene

We're your connection to campus

Connecting with former classmates or profs? Ready to take advantage of all the benefits that come with being part of the UVic alumni community? Looking for new learning opportunites? The volunteer leaders of the UVic Alumni Association and the staff of UVic Alumni Relations are here to help.

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Desert drive

Long Drive Home

Alumnus Paul Loofs drove around the world three times, solo in his VW Bug. Read about his epic journeys and the search for connection after World War II. It's in the new issue of the UVic Torch Alumni Magazine, in the mail and online now.

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Connect. Learn. Remember.

The important role of alumni in the life of the University of Victoria can be expressed in a lot of ways. By maintaining connections, taking advantage of opportunities to learn, and by keeping our UVic memories close to our hearts, alumni are part of the past, present and future of the university.

The UVic Alumni Association, with the help of Alumni Relations staff, help to keep strong bonds between UVic and its the worldwide community of graduates by offering an exciting and growing program of services.

Alumni are part of the past, the present and the future of UVic. It’s important to maintain that connection, no matter where life takes us.

Dale Henley, BA '71
Past President, UVic Alumni Association