For the latest COVID-19 information and news from Centennial College, please visit Together Again Fall 2021. (Please note, that at-home rapid antigen testing began Monday, October 4 and you must show results on the Campus Safety Watch App).

Alumni Resources

Alumni Resources

Professional help at your fingertips

As a Centennial College alumnus, you have access to a wide-range of services and resources. Whether you are looking to network with your peers, open your own business or immigrate to Canada, Centennial is here to offer support.

Career Services

Did you know that as a Centennial alumnus you have access to a suite of job ready and career services? Find out more at Centennial’s Career Services webpage.

Ten Thousand Coffees

Expand your professional network and get to know fellow Centennial alumni through 10 Thousand Coffees.

Ready to get started? Download our Quick Guide to learn how to register and start networking today.

Are you a graduate of the class of 2021? Download our special Guide for Grads of 2021 to get the specialized support you need to launch your career.


Get the support and resources to start or expand your own business through the Centre of Entrepreneurship, COE for short. Take advantage of the many business workshops and events offered to our alumni free of charge. 

We also encourage you to consider becoming a mentor to help our students and promising entrepreneurs. Learn more about enlisting as a mentor.

View upcoming events from the Centre of Entrepreneurship.

International Graduates

Centennial’s International Centre offers current and former students the tools to succeed in Canada

Centennial College Alumni Toastmasters Chapter

Date: Wednesdays on a bi-weekly basis
Time: 6:00 PM - 7 PM EST
Location: Virtual

Centennial College, in partnership with the Centennial College Alumni Association and Toastmasters International, are proud to present the newly chartered Centennial College Alumni Toastmasters Chapter!

As a member of the chapter you will have the ability to build your personal and professional networks, opportunity to practice your public speaking, improve on your communication and build leadership skills to name a few.

To learn more about the club and how to join, please email Hilary Pryce at

Become a Youth Accessibility Leader

The Government of Canada is looking for young Canadians to help make Canada more accessible. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the Enabling Accessibility Fund webpage. 

Additional Resources

*Due to COVID-19, certain on-campus services continue to be accessed virtually. Facility access remains unavailable.