As part of the 50,000 graduates of University of Toronto Mississauga and although your school days have come to an end, that doesn't mean that your connection to the Department of Management or the University has to end. As a graduate you are now part of a larger network of professionals working in a wide variety of fields. Whether a recent graduate or not, we are eager to learn more about what you are doing and for those who are interested, we invite you back to network with other professionals and connect with old friends. Your active involvement with current students is invaluable to their future success. Students are eager to connect with alumni and as such, you represent a unique window of opportunity for the students. You - who were once in their shoes - can now speak from experience about life after graduation.  Help us make a difference by supporting the Department of Management as a destination of choice. 

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We are proud of our successful alumni and want to stay in touch with you after you graduate. Our alumni have rich careers and unique experiences in diverse industries and organizations. There are many ways you can stay connected and be part of the Management community here at UTM even after you graduate:

  • Join our private LinkedIn alumni group and network/connect with fellow UTM Management alumni:
  • Participate on an alumni panel to share your experience with large groups of students
  • Join a ‘coffee chat’ on campus, to meet and mentor current students in a small group setting
  • Hire a Commerce or Management student and provide valuable work experience to a young professional
  • Link with the larger UTM Alumni Association:

Whether you are a recent graduate or attended UTM years ago, we hope you stay engaged with the department and our community on campus. Your expertise and knowledge can support our current students in a meaningful way providing an invaluable contribution to our entire campus. If you would like to get involved or have ideas that you would like to share, please contact our Director of Undergraduate Programs and Student Services, Heather Hines.