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We're happy you're here! This is an exciting time for the KPU Alumni Association (KPUAA) and our 55,000 alumni. We are dedicated to supporting the continued success of KPU alumni by providing a variety of programs and services. The KPUAA aims to engage its alumni while raising awareness about the value of higher education to 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.
Starting October 2017, KPU alumni interested in playing a governance role by serving as a director on the KPUAA board or by having voting rights at AGM’s or EGM’s of the association are required to apply for membership. Please complete the membership form to become an official member.

KPU Alumni Events

12/16/2017 - 12:00 to 14:00

Join us as we celebrate the end of exams by going for a fun afternoon snow tubing on Cypress Mountain.

12/16/2017 - 16:00 to 17:30

Address: 7480 176 ST, Surrey, BC

KPU Alumni News

Jul 27 / 2017
Alum Jaymes Williams designs wildfire safety harness

Fighting forest fires requires bravery, strength, and the right equipment.

While wildfires continue to rage across British Columbia, firefighter safety is top of mind for designer and...

May 25 / 2017
Honorary degree recipients, Daniel and Henrik Sedin

For all the work they do making a difference in their communities, Daniel and Henrik Sedin really are from Sweden with love.

The two veteran Vancouver Canucks will be awarded honorary...

May 15 / 2017
Honorary degree recipient Dr. Jo-ann Archibald

Widely recognized scholar of Indigenous education in Canada and internationally, Dr. Jo-ann Archibald is receiving an honorary degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) on June 2.


May 9 / 2017
Ann and Michael Wilson receive honourary degrees from KPU

Where others see human failure, Michael and Ann Wilson see human capability and potential.