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How do I update my address?
Moved? Changed jobs? E-mail? Not receiving Tangents? Update your address and continue to be informed about Redeemer news, alumni activities and more.

How do I subscribe to Alumni eNews?
Subscribe online.

How do I request a transcript?
Redeemer alumni can order a transcript of their academic record through the Registrar's Office.

How do I change my name?
Official name changes must be sent to the Registrar's Office (for transcript purposes). 

Who are alumni?
Former Redeemer students who have successfully completed 8 courses or more are alumni.

How many Redeemer alumni are there?
As of May 2014, with a graduating class of 251, Redeemer has more than 4,600 alumni.

Why does Redeemer keep track of alumni?
Alumni are a vital part of the Redeemer community, building on the relationships developed during their time as students. Alumni mentor students, hire students for co-op positions and full-time employment, support the Alumni Award Fund (formerly RAASAP), attend varsity games and much more. Alumni statistics are also used to inform our Church Relations and Recruitment efforts. Redeemer, through the alumni office, provides the support and resources needed to foster these relationships.

How do I submit a note for Personal Touch?
One of the most popular features of Tangents is the Personal Touch section, where alumni can share with others news of what’s going on in their lives. We encourage you to submit an update of significant events in your life for publication.

How do I access Tangents Magazine?
We would like to keep you up to date with what's happening at Redeemer. Click here to access Tangents Magazine.

Can I get help finding a classmate?
All information on our database is privileged and subject to our Privacy Policy. We will not release any information about an alumnus without their consent. However, we may be able to forward a note to someone.


Danielle Zapfe '2007
Honours Sociology, Social Work

Danielle Zapfe says she “recommends Redeemer's social work program for many reasons.”