UFV Alumni Association

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.


Empower alumni present & future


To encourage and advocate for an evolving UFV community by providing valuable opportunities for present and future alumni to thrive, through:

• Creating opportunities for alumni, through both personal and professional development
• Engaging the individual strengths of departments, faculties, schools and colleges and their alumni
• Partnering with student support groups at UFV to engage future alumni
• Engaging with diverse communities throughout the Fraser Valley and beyond
• Fostering a culture of philanthropy of time, talent, and treasure

UFV Alumni Association 2018 – 2021 Strategic Plan


Honouring and celebrating excellence. We embrace the diverse successes of our community.

Committing to continuous learning and growth as an Association. We learn from what we have done in the past in order to grow and develop.

Modelling servanthood through time, talent, and treasure. We believe in a culture of philanthropy.

Leading with integrity. We live and lead with honesty, courage, and accountability.

Demonstrating diversity. We engage and celebrate diversity and community.

Creating a culture of creativity and collaboration. We believe in having fun.

Quick Facts

The UFV Alumni Association is a registered society under the BC Societies Act.

As of February 2018, the University of the Fraser Valley has nearly 42,000 alumni, 14,000 current students and 2,000 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.