As UBC Sociology alumni, you have a longstanding history of individual achievements and collective success.
Since the first Department of Sociology courses were offered at the University in 1921, our alumni have made a mark for themselves internationally and in a vast diversity of careers.
Professor Dr. Ethan Raker publishes research on ethnoracial low birth inequalities in the US in SSM Population Health
Professor Dr. Amanda Cheong publishes research modeling barriers to health care and birth registration in stateless and migrant populations in Malaysia in Genus Journal
Kimberly Huyser’s research amplifies Indigenous voices during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Building partnerships, creating opportunities and inspiring students.
Alumni are fundamental to the continued success of the University. Your involvement and support makes a real difference to the experience of our students.
Volunteering is a great way to stay involved with your alma mater, share experiences, and connect with students.
Whether you’d like to work with a student throughout the academic year or provide guidance on a short-term basis, we offer a variety of programs that suit your busy schedules.
Your connection to UBC doesn’t end with graduation.
As alumni, you receive many great benefits and services that you can use throughout your life, including career resources, network connections, mentoring opportunities, and discounts on travel, events, products and attractions.