Find out more about resources and services available to alumni.
Our alumni around the globe are connecting with each other and with the school through our exclusive online networking platform, SMUS Connect.
Since it's launch in October 2018, more than 1,700 alumni have joined to find and reminisce with fellow classmates, give back through mentorship and business opportunities, and share updates and events happening all over the world.
Alumni Mentorship Program (AMP)
Our Alumni Mentorship Program (AMP) is a commitment from the school to provide meaningful school-community connections for life. With more than 5,600 connected alumni working in a myriad of careers and around the world, AMP makes it possible for community members to connect to support professional development, amplifying their networks and success.
If you graduated from SMUS and require an official transcript showing Proof of Graduation, you must contact the Ministry of Education. Copies of Ministry of Education transcripts are only available if you graduated from SMUS.
If you graduated from SMUS or attended the school but did not graduate here, and you wish a copy of your SMUS academic credit history, you may request a copy of your transcript from firstname.lastname@example.org. Some fees may apply for generating and sending official stamped transcripts. Please allow five to seven business days to process all requests. If you have any further questions, please contact us by the same email.
Current Students: If you are currently attending SMUS and have yet to graduate, you can view and download your transcript found in your Student Menu on SDS. If you are a current student who needs an official transcript sent on your behalf, please contact the University Counselling office.
Show your SMUS pride by purchasing from a huge range of clothing and memorabilia from our Campus Shop, located on the Richmond Road campus. You can now make purchases online using the dedicated campus shop website.
The Wilson Archives
Named for former Headmaster, and longtime contributor and advocate of the School Archives, Mr. Robert W. Wilson, The Wilson Archives showcases the rich and significant history of the school to the community. The school receives requests for information on a very regular basis and we continue to work to make the collections accessible.