Alumni & Friends

Welcome alumni and friends!

As alumni, you are part of a rich and vibrant history at the University of Saskatchewan. As an engineering alumnus, you are part of a unique, dynamic community who is invested in the success of the engineering profession, your alumna mater and you, as an engineer. With over 12,000 living engineering alumni, the College of Engineering is committed to keeping you engaged and active through communications, alumni relation events, stewardship, alumni chapters, the Engineering Advancement Trust group, our annual Thorough publication and supporting services and benefits to you, our alumni and friend.

Contact your College of Engineering College Advancement team: or 306-966-2633

Stay in Touch

Fellow U of S engineering alumni are a great source of information and mentorship. You are part of a 100 year history and are encouraged to stay connected with alumni groups and your alma mater. Whether you are establishing your career outside the province or have selected to stay and work in Saskatchewan, we provide opportunities to meet and develop professional networks with fellow graduates.

Interested in volunteering? Please contact our alumni relations team for more information. Some of the ways for you to share your time and talents with the College of Engineering are:

  • Coordinate or help out at an alumni event in your area
  • Help out at the CJ MacKenzie Gala
  • Be a member of an advisory board or committee
  • Talk to prospective students who are considering Engineering

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Alumni Groups

Calgary Chapter
For information please contact Steve Heidt or

Edmonton Chapter
For information please contact Daryl Nixon or

Female Engineers, Architects, and Technologists Saskatoon (FEAT)
For information please contact FEAT or

If you would like to join a chapter or start a new chapter in your area, please email


Engineering Class of 1962 55th Reunion
September 7-9, 2017, Saskatoon, SK
To RSVP or more information, please contact your class representatives: Bill Powell and George Squires

Engineering Class of 1987 30th Reunion
Tentatively scheduled for 2017
To RSVP or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Alumni Relations office at

Engineering Class of 1953 Reunion
September 7-9, 2017, Saskatoon, SK
To RSVP or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Alumni Relations office at

Save the Date: 42nd C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence
January 23, 2018
To sponsor, reserve tickets or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Event Coordinator at


Wall of Distinction
The Engineering Alumni Wall of Distinction was created to honour lifetime career achievements of distinguished engineering alumni for their contributions to the field of engineering or who have made an impact on the people and world around them. Any graduate from the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan is eligible to be nominated.

To nominate someone for the Wall of Distinction, please fill out the Nomination Form by April.

Alumni Achievement Awards
The Alumni Achievement Awards are presented annually to outstanding U of S graduates. Award recipients are chosen for their outstanding achievements and innovation; commitment to excellence; community engagement and leadership; and contributions to the social, cultural and economic well-being of society. Nominate a classmate today. For more information, visit the Alumni Association's website.

Iron Rings

Iron Ring Replacements

If you are an alumnus of Kipling Camp #4 (Saskatoon), and you've lost or damaged your ring or the old one no longer fits comfortably, a replacement can be ordered. Replacement rings cost $20.00 Canadian and payment can be made by credit, debit, email transfer, or cheque. Your ring will be mailed to you once payment is received or it can be picked up. Electronic correspondence and payments are preferred as they can be handled more quickly.

This is the easiest way to order. Your initial contact will result in an autoreply that will list the information that will help us find and verify your obligation number and process your request for a replacement. It will also include payment options and instructions.

In Person:
Office 3B11, Engineering Building
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
Call the Camp Secretary, Denard Lynch, P.Eng., in advance at 306-966-5473 to arrange pickup.

By Mail:
Kipling Camp #4
P. O. Box 22036
Saskatoon, SK  S7H 5P1

Note: This service is provided by volunteers; we appreciate your patience while we process your order.

New Rings: The Iron Ring Ceremony

To obtain an iron ring initially, qualified candidates must be deemed worthy, and participate in an iron ring ceremony called "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer".  Kipling Camp #4 generally conducts ceremonies twice per year; in the spring and the fall.  

Note: This information is provided as a courtesy to our graduates. The College of Engineering and the Corporation of the Seven Wardens Inc./Société des Sept Gardiens Inc. are independent bodies.

Support the College

Why not direct your support to where it all began? As a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, you surely have fond memories of your experience in your college. The College of Engineering values the strong support of its donors. Choose to make your impact in an area that interests you.

We are currently raising funds for the following specific projects:

  • College of Engineering Student Support Fund
Donations to the College of Engineering Student Support Fund will go directly to enhancing the College of Engineering's facilitated study sessions, which are designed to support and supplement students' first-year course work. Available to all first-year engineering students to help them through the difficult transition to first-year engineering, these study sessions are part of the college's ongoing commitment to student success.
  • Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT)

Since its inception in 1986, the Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) has allocated close to $3.5 million to upgrade and replace laboratory equipment for undergraduate students. With technology changing at a lightning pace, EAT funding has enabled the college to acquire many pieces of valuable laboratory and shop equipment.

Fore more information, please visit EAT 2016 Funding Decisions.

  • Dean's Fund
The Engineering Dean's Fund is an endowment fund supporting high-priority projects and initiatives that might otherwise go unsupported. Our goal is for the endowment fund to reach $1 million and we are getting close.
  • Indigenous Peoples Initiatives Fund

The Indigenous Peoples Initiative Fund is dedicated to funding projects, programs, and initiatives that enhance the recruitment, education, and retention of Indigenous students in the College of Engineering as well as outreach to the Indigenous community.

  • College of Engineering Centennial Scholarship Fund

The College of Engineering Centennial Scholarship Fund, created in honour of the college's 100th anniversary, will provide permanent funding for an expanded, improved engineering student scholarship and award program.

  • Annual Fund

Gifts to the Campaign for Students will support the 2016-18 EAT and new initiatives to support engineering student retention and success programs. The College of Engineering's Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) is a long-standing fund dedicated to upgrading and replacing laboratory equipment for current and future generations of undergraduate students in the College - across all disciplines.

Whatever area you might choose to direct your donation, the College of Engineering welcomes your support. For further information or discussion, please contact or (306) 966-5273.


Thorough - The College of Engineering’s alumni magazine, named for our Thorough crest and motto.

Joy of Giving Impact Report 2017

Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) Report to Donors 2017

The Eng Info - Saskatoon Engineering Students' Society (SESS) newsletter

The Sheaf - The University of Saskatchewan student newspaper since 1912

On Campus News: The University of Saskatchewan campus newspaper