What we do

The Mission

Our mission is to select, recognize and honor UB Alumni for their outstanding involvement and leadership in University of The Bahamas (UB) and distinguished local or national community service.

Our Initiatives

UB Alumni Affairs Office and Alumni Association host numerous events annually to engage and celebrate UB Alumni and friends. We understand the power of networking and how things can happen when great minds both young and old join together for a meaningful cause.

The Alumni Awards Reception provides the University with a platform to engage and highlight some of its most outstanding Alumni.


From CEOs of large corporations and influential politicians, to award winning artists, UB Alumni are trailblazing new paths in society and building rich legacies that are worth being celebrated. 

Alumni Pride

University of The Bahamas is filled with endless opportunities because of those who are proud UB Alumni.


They are those that support us in keeping the integrity and spirit of such a rich legacy at UB going.

It is our goal through the Alumni Awards Reception to encourage alumni to regain a sense of excitement and pride in their hearts for their alma mater. 



UB Hall of Fame and Outstanding Alumni Awards Reception is an evening of celebration, fine dining and entertainment. Eight outstanding Alumni from four selected COB/UB classes are honored for their leadership and service to the University, significant accomplishments professionally and personally and their distinguished volunteerism and philanthropy. 





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Office of Alumni Affairs

Michael H. Eldon Complex 

2nd Floor

University Drive

Nassau New Providenr


Ph: (242) 302-4303

Fax: (242) 326-7834

Email: Elvardo.thompson@ub.edu.bs

Volunteer Opportunities

To apply to volunteer for this upcoming event please send us your information via the inquiry box. Applicants must be an Alumni of UB.

About University of The Bahamas

Established on the foundation of the former College of The Bahamas, University of The Bahamas (UB) was chartered on 10th November 2016 and serves as key facilitator for national development.


UB’s mission is to advance and expand access to higher education, promote academic freedom, drive national development and build character through teaching, learning, research, scholarship and service.


Approximately 5,000 students are enrolled at campuses and centres on New Providence, Grand Bahama, San Salvador, and Abaco in a University system that also includes UB online education. An alumni base of some 18,000 persons are helping to drive innovation and progress in diverse industries. UB’s diverse academic programmes are tailored to support industries and develop capacity in areas which will drive progress and transformation. For more information, visit www.ub.edu.bs.