About the UFV Alumni Association
The UFV Alumni Association began April 1, 2001 and has been growing steadily ever since.
The Association’s purpose is to foster lifelong relationships between alumni and the University of the Fraser Valley through advocacy, support, service and communication.
All UFV alumni will feel proud to identify as active and integral parts of the UFV community and be meaningfully connected with each other and their communities.
The UFVAA will empower alumni:
- To mentor and connect with other alumni through social and professional relationships.
- To collaborate with UFVAA, UFV, other alumni, and the communities in which they reside.
- To celebrate the diversity of the UFV alumni.
- To champion alumni successes and the value of UFV alumni status.
- To access personal, professional, and academic resources through UFVAA partnerships, programs, and events.
- To support fellow alumni, future alumni, and UFV, with time, treasure, and talent.
Servanthood: we have much to offer and gratefully offer it; we advocate for our alumni and serve their best interests.
Equitable and Inclusive: everyone is welcome, and we recognize, respect, and celebrate all our alumni for who they are and what they offer.
Collaboration: we work openly and transparently with UFV, alumni, and their communities while remaining accountable to our alumni.
Excellence: we celebrate excellence and commit to continuous growth; we believe that if something is worth doing, it is worth doing well.
The UFV Alumni Association is a registered society under the BC Societies Act.
As of June 2022, the University of the Fraser Valley has nearly 50,000 alumni, 15,700 current students and 1,600 employees.
UFV is a public post-secondary institution offering certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. There are 100 programs spanning arts, business and professional studies, sciences, health sciences, applied and technical studies, trades, continuing education and upgrading.
UFV has campuses in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope and Mission, British Columbia, Canada, as well as Chandigarh, India.