Welcome, alumni and friends of the Centre for Medieval Studies. You’re part of a vibrant U of T Arts & Science community and are a great source of inspiration, advice and support for our students and faculty.
There are lots of ways to stay connected and get involved, from attending alumni events and reunions to mentoring students to helping fund important Centre for Medieval Studies initiatives.
We appreciate and value your support and continued involvement.
Your alumni network can be transformative, both personally and professionally.
Even if you haven’t been in touch since graduation, it’s easy to reconnect.
Our alumni are a great source of inspiration and advice for our students.
So get involved – share your knowledge and experience through one of our student/alumni programs!
Even if you’re not in the Greater Toronto Area, we can find the right opportunity for you.
Nowhere is inquiry into the Middle Ages more comprehensive and ground-breaking than here. More than 70 medievalists from across the humanities, law and music are affiliated with this nexus of graduate teaching and research, freely crossing traditional boundaries to explore new theories and approaches.
Academics are supported by the priceless collections of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library and the world-renowned library at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.
U of T is raising $15.8 million to build on the centre's reputation as the leader in North America.