Membership in the Redeemer Alumni Association is automatic (for those completing 8 courses or more), free and has benefits for on-campus use.
Request an RUC Express Alumni Card
Use your RUC Express card for your Campus Book Store discount, your Athletic Centre membership discount, to use the library, and load money onto your card for use at Williams Coffee Pub or the Campus Book Store. Request a card by completing and submitting the online form. You can also print the form and mail it to the Alumni Office.
Redeemer alumni continue to have borrowing privileges at the Library. Present your RUC Express Alumni Card at the circulation desk. For more information on library hours and services, contact the Library staff at 905.648.2131 x4266.
Redeemer alumni have the opportunity to use the Athletic Centre at the reduced rate of $150 for 12 months (regular adult fee is $320). Day passes are also available. For more information on hours, services and squash and tennis court bookings, call the Athletic Desk at 905.648.2131 x4275 or visit the Athletic Centre website.
Tickets for most lectures, concerts, theatre productions, etc., are available to alumni at student rates. Present your RUC Express Alumni card to take advantage of these discounts. Check out the News & Events for a complete listing of on-campus activities and events.
Campus Book Store
Alumni receive 10% off all regularly-priced books in the Campus Bookstore. Special offer coupons appear regularly in Alumni eNews. Subscribe today.Christian Stewardship ServicesRepresentatives from CSS are available to meet with you to assist with your estate plans. Their services are free for alumni and friends of Redeemer.
Alumni receive Tangents, Redeemer's magazine of news and information. Tangents contains information on student, faculty/staff and alumni activities as well as opinion pieces. In the Personal Touch section, you can share with friends and classmates what has been happening in your life.
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