Roots run deep at Acadia, and we are proud of our diverse and extensive family tree. It has many branches, full of people who are committed to making a difference. Our alumni develop and refine academic and life skills during their time as students and then emerge, ready to take on the world after graduation, fully equipped to effect change as civic and community leaders.

All members of our alumni family have benefited from the rich and inclusive liberal arts education that is the hallmark of Acadia’s fine academics experience. The Acadia Alumni Association supports students during their time at Acadia and beyond, and encourages members of our outstanding community to stay in touch.


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Wolfville, NS, B4P 2R6, Canada
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Office of Alumni Affairs
Wu Welcome Centre @ Alumni Hall
512 Main Street
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6, Canada
Alumni Inquiries: 902.585.1708
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Alumni Fax: 902.585.1069



Acadia University and the Acadia Alumni Association hosted a complimentary BBQ on June 23, 2022 for faculty and staff on the lawn outside the Sheldon L. Fountain Learning Commons on campus.

Nearly 60 years after graduating from Acadia University, Dr. Paul Corkum (’65, ’06 HON) has joined a distinguished group of 11 individuals who have been awarded a 2022 Wolf Prize. Dr. Corkum and his research partners, Dr. Ferenc Krausz of Germany and Dr. Anne L’Huillier of Sweden, were named this year’s Wolf Prize Laureates in Physics for pioneering contributions to ultrafast laser science and attosecond physics.

The Acadia Alumni Association is pleased to announce that the Administrative Coordinator for Acadia's School of Kinesiology and Centre of Lifestyle Studies, Kim Vaughan, is the 2022 Acadia Alumni Association Outstanding University Service Award recipient.

Mitch Maracle (’22), a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, was named on June 15, 2022 as one of only 20 recipients from a pool of close to 800 of the $10,000 per year (for up to four years) RBC Indigenous Youth Scholarship.

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