Anyone who has graduated from the University, or who has attended classes for one full academic year and whose class has graduated, automatically becomes a member of the Queen's University Alumni Association (QUAA). It was founded in 1926 on the suggestion of Samuel Stalford, a professional fundraiser from Montreal who had been hired by the University to direct an endowment campaign.
The official mission of the QUAA is "to reach out and foster a lifelong association with Queen's, to engage our members in the life and work of the University, and to serve the alumni community in all its diversity."
The Association is governed by a volunteer President and Board of Directors, who are drawn from a constituent assembly made up of representatives of alumni branches. The President works closely with the Department of Alumni Relations.
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