The UTS connection lasts a lifetime.
Our alumni are making a difference, at home and around the world.
Welcome to the UTS Alumni Association!
We envision a thriving UTS supported by a diverse, inclusive and representative group of alumni who have a strong association with the school and with fellow alumni from across the years.
To support UTS and to help present and future alumni develop and sustain meaningful, lifelong connections to UTS, to each other and to the broader UTS community.
Accountability to members - UTSAA will always be accountable to its members for its actions.
Commitment to communication - UTSAA is committed to regular and candid communications with its members and the broader UTS community.
Diversity - UTSAA is committed to acceptance of and respect for the diversity of all its members and the broader UTS community.
Engagement with the UTS of today - UTSAA will promote the engagement of its members in the life of the School and its future alumni.
Financial support - UTSAA is committed to assisting UTS financially through support of student bursaries, scholarships, and school initiatives and projects.
Inclusiveness - UTSAA is committed to creating a hospitable and welcoming environment for all and to interacting with all members of the UTS community without regard to individual characteristics.
Independence - UTSAA will be independent of other stakeholders in the broader UTS community.
Openness to member views - UTSAA will welcome all members’ views.
Proactive engagement with members - UTSAA shall strive to engage its members in its affairs.
Representativeness - UTSAA strives to be representative of the distinct historical cohorts among alumni (e.g. boys school, co-ed school, etc).
Transparency - UTSAA is committed to operating in an open and transparent manner.
Xiang Han Max Bai '16, [email protected]
Aaron Chan '94, [email protected]
Aaron Dantowitz '91, [email protected]
Hana Dhanji '05, [email protected]
Anne Fleming '85, [email protected]
Adarsh Gupta '12, [email protected]
Geoffrey Hung '93, [email protected]
Jean Iu '79, [email protected]
Graham Mayeda '92, [email protected]
Jeremy Opolsky '03, [email protected]
Gavin Pitchford '72, [email protected]
Julia Pomerantz '12, [email protected]
Avanti Ramachandran '09, [email protected]
Jessica Ware '95, [email protected]
We are here for when you want to connect with your old classmates. Thanks to our countless members and volunteers, we keep an ear to the ground for news about fellow alumni, contribute to the alumni magazine The Root, and organize reunion events like the Annual Alumni Dinner and sporting tournaments throughout the year.
We’re also here to help connect you with meaningful ways to give back to UTS, through mentorship opportunities or through a donation to UTS.
It is my pleasure to serve as president of the UTS Alumni Association, and welcome you to reconnect with UTS.
Aaron Dantowitz '91
UTSAA Year Reps provide an important link between the members of their class and the Alumni Association and the school. Through the Year Rep network, alumni can continue to play an important role in the life of the school and act as ambassadors of UTS.Statement of purpose
Join the volunteer network that organizes reunion activities and helps classmates keep in touch. Reconnect with UTS by attending the Annual Alumni Dinner, Remembrance Day Assembly, sport tournaments – and bring your classmates out, too! In this role, you’ll also be an important link between the alumni community and the Office of Advancement.