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Regional Alumni Chapter Networks & Groups

Regional Alumni Chapter Networks & Groups are formed by alumni living in the same city or geographic region.

Regional Alumni Chapters

Include alumni who are the catalyst for bringing the UNB spirit to others and for involving fellow alumni, friends, and fans in a geographic region. Many alumni follow their career and personal goals upon graduation, and this can take them literally all over the world. Regional Chapters allow alumni who share a common bond, their shared interest in UNB and their geographic location, the opportunity to meet fellow alumni living in their area, create professional and personal UNB networks and stay connected with one another and the university. A Chapter may be formed in areas that have a concentration of more than 800 alumni living in a 45-minute drive radius. Chapters enjoy a variety of small and large events.

Regional Alumni Groups

Bring alumni students, parents and friends together in a geographic region with low alumni population and tend to be quite informal.  They form in areas with less than 800 alumni in a 45-minute drive radius. These groups usually enjoy small, warm, informal gatherings at local coffee shops and pubs.

Current Chapter Networks & Groups

  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Fredericton
  • Halifax
  • Moncton
  • Ottawa
  • Saint John
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Southwestern ON
  • Toronto
  • Vancouver
  • Bejing
  • Hong Kong
  • Trinidad & Tobago

Join an alumni chapter

By updating your contact information you'll receive invitations to alumni events in your area, as well as notices for our virtual events.

Volunteer opportunities in regional areas

Consider volunteering for one of our Chapter Network group planning committees, or as a community contact. Community contacts are those friendly voices who have volunteered to assist their UNB friends with getting to know a new community. They can share what to expect in your new city or country, and provide general information on the area.

Receiving advice from someone who is familiar with an area is invaluable at the time of transition for alumni. It also provides an opportunity to connect with someone who has the common bond of attending UNB, which can be a source of comfort and familiarity.

What to expect

  • Can you suggest some good areas to look for housing?
  • What is the climate like?
  • Can you suggest hotels/motels?
  • What sort of culture/recreational activities can I find in the area?
  • What are some of the special events in the area?

You may not know the answer to every question, but you can certainly provide some good resources.

Become a volunteer

Questions? Contact Diane McAdam, Alumni Advancement Coordinator.

Chapters give back

Discover how our regional alumni chapters are giving back to their communities with support from our affinity partners.