The Department of Mathematics welcomes you, our alumni and friends, to connect and access the benefits and services available to you.
You are part of the Arts & Science alumni community, one of over 253,000 alumni living in more than 190 countries. Every day, and in every sector — government, industry, business, scientific research, arts and culture, education, health, human rights and more — our alumni are stepping up to make a far-reaching and positive difference in their communities and around the world. We are grateful for your contributions as they are remarkable in many ways.
Visit the central U of T Alumni page to update your contact information, learn about the benefits and services available to you (including how to access your transcript and set up your alumni email account), and see the calendar of alumni events and a full listing of recognized alumni groups the University has to offer.
Visit the Faculty of Arts & Science Alumni & Friends page to subscribe to our e-newsletter, learn more about our alumni community and see upcoming events for Arts & Science alumni.
Our students are seeking support as they move through and beyond their degrees. Alumni also have a role in shaping U of T’s educational excellence and global impact.
As an alumnus, you have the experience, skills and insights to make a difference.
Come out and speak to students at one of our Backpack to Briefcase (b2B) events.
Welcome students into your workplace for a job shadowing opportunity.
Speak with prospective students as part of our Alumni Recruitment Ambassador Program.
Learn more about opportunities to volunteer through one of U of T’s centrally run programs.
Our donors play a critical role in advancing our mission to provide our students with an excellent education and produce top-quality research.
U of T is a major centre in the international network of mathematics research. Mathematics is undergoing an explosion of new ideas and techniques and in the understanding of basic mathematical structures.
Our faculty are world leaders in the field with active research programs in analysis, applied mathematics, geometry and number theory. The department is a vital force in undergraduate education, with more than 5,500 students in classes across the University, and the main training ground for Canadian mathematicians. Your gift will support this tradition of excellence in mathematical education and research.