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We're happy you're here as this is an exciting time for Kwantlen Polytechnic University Alumni Association (KPUAA) and our over 50,000 highly skilled and diversely educated Kwantlen alumni. KPUAA is dedicated to supporting the continued success of KPU alumni by providing them with valuable programs and initiatives, and aims to raise awareness about the value of higher education and make a positive impact on society locally and beyond.
We're glad you've stopped in to take a look around. More programs and events are in the works. Please check back with us often to see what's new.
The word "alumni" refers to anyone who was granted a degree, honorary degree, diploma, certificate or citation by Kwantlen College, Kwantlen University College or Kwantlen Polytechnic University. There is no charge for membership in KPUAA and upon graduation, students automatically become members. The KPUAA works with the University to deliver programs and may share alumni information with the University to enhance the delivery of programs and communication to alumni.

KPU Alumni Events

Oct 25 / 2016
KPU Sustainability Week

During National Campus Sustainability Week we are once again running sustainability-related activities on all campuses.

Oct 25 / 2016

Come to the Surrey campus library during your lunch break and make your own OA button to celebrate Open Access Week.

KPU Alumni News

Sep 9 / 2016
Langtry piece

Surrey, B.C. – Six artists. Twenty-seven days. A once-in-a-lifetime exhibit.

Six Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) alumni are reuniting this month for a...

Jul 14 / 2016
Samantha Graham

Langley, B.C. – For the longest time, Samantha Graham wanted to become a dietician, a role she saw as a perfect fit with her passion for nutrition and fresh, healthy...

Jun 8 / 2016
Sean Bindra

Metro Vancouver, B.C. - For his birthday, Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) alumnus Sean Bindra wished to show people around the region that we can all be superheroes....

Jun 8 / 2016
Harpreet Bains

Metro Vancouver, B.C. – A new mobile app that helps people grow their own food could change the world ─ or at least that’s what the Kwantlen Polytechnic...