Alumni Association Membership

Join the College of Medicine Alumni Association and become an active member of a network that fosters connection among alumni, students and the college.

Membership Benefits

Alumni association membership supports a variety of activities including:

• Subsidizes the annual Highlights in Medicine conference and reunion
• Supports the Honorary Alumni Lecture at Highlights
• Funds the Spirit of the Class and Spirit of the College awards
• Sponsors a variety of student-run activities and fundraisers
• Operations and administrative support for the Alumni Association

To purchase your membership, please call 306-966-8864 or complete the membership form below. Please contact the Advancement Office for payment and to submit the form. 

Membership Options

When you renew your annual membership or choose to become a lifetime member, your fees support the many activities and programs for you and your fellow alumni, and current College of Medicine students.

Membership options:

  • Annual membership $100 
  • Lifetime membership $750 

Please note: a membership is required to register for the annual Highlights in Medicine alumni reunion and conference.

To purchase a membership online:

  1. Click on the College of Medicine Alumni Association membership form below (a new window will open).
  2. Fill out the form and hit submit. 
  3. Go to 
  4. Select the amount in fees for the membership you are purchasing: $100 for annual membership or $750 for lifetime Membership 
  5. Under "My gift is designated to" select the membership type you purchasing: annual membership or lifetime membership
  6. Fill out the the form. Hit continue.
  7. The second page prompts you for personal information and payment details. 

Note: Upon completion of your membership purchase, you will be mailed a general receipt (not eligible as a taxable benefit).

Alumni Association Board

The Alumni Association Board is a group of alumni volunteers that works with the College of Medicine to keep alumni engaged with the college and the university.