From British Columbia to Hong Kong, UBC alumni are a diverse but connected community. It doesn’t matter if you’re Class of 2012 or Class of 1958, Okanagan campus or Point Grey campus graduate—each alumnus has an important place at UBC.
What have your UBC ties helped you achieve? Our graduates are educators, artists, nurses, scientists, and community leaders. Together, we are a powerful network that can shape our world for the better.
How can you make a difference today? With UBC, your time and talent can change the world. So reach out. Volunteer or mobilize with classmates. You are a role model, a mentor, an advocate and trailblazer. Change started and continues with you.
Alumnus Ross Langford began his UBC journey as a student, a journey culminating in his role as cabinet chair of the start an evolution campaign for the Okanagan campus — one of the largest fundraising initiatives in university history.
After completing her undergraduate degree with a major in international relations at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus, Vasquez moved on to a post-graduate degree from the UN-mandated University for Peace before fulfilling her UN dream.
“UBC gave me all the tools and knowledge to pursue a graduate diploma and a career in the international sector. Now I have the more