The good news is, your relationship with Rosseau Lake College never ends. As an alumnus, you automatically become part of a global network of over 1500 awesome people who experienced the charm of our campus the same way you did.
As a forever member of the RLC family, you are always welcome on campus! Please stay connected to us and your memories, share your new adventures, offer your insight, and honour your experience!
Here are some of the many ways to stay connected:
Decade Reunions help bring RLC friends and classmates together each year. A cocktail party, dinner, and evening entertainment are all highlights of this signature event. The first decade reunion in 2019 celebrated RLC in the 70’s. The 80’s event, delayed because of COVID-19, will be held in Spring ’22 followed by the 90’s, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’s, repeat!
Each year Rosseau Lake College welcomes back hundreds of alumni to campus for fun and exciting traditional alumni events that happen throughout the year. Fall Colours Triathlon, Winter Carnival, Young Alumni Christmas Lunch, Senior School Mentor Day, University Panel Discussions, Christmas at the Miller, the Hekkla, and the summer Work Weekend to name a few. Watch for invites on our Social Media feeds.
Share your professional experience and expertise with recent grads, coach a fellow alum with similar career interests, or expand your professional network by tapping into the diverse professional network of entrepreneurial RLC alumni. Visit rlclighthouse.com to get started.
Stay current with our annual alumni magazine, the Rosseau Review and the bi-monthly e-newsletter. Take a minute to read a few of the Alumni Spotlight articles we have featured in our Rosseau Review Magazine.
Vision: A proud and inspired community of alumni and students engaged in the life and success of RLC.
Mission: To create mutually beneficial relationships and lifelong connections between RLC and its alumni and students.
All students enrolled at RLC become members of the Alumni Association on the date they graduate from RLC. If a student attends RLC but does not graduate from RLC, they become members of the Alumni Association at the time their class graduates.
To learn more about the RLC Alumni Association or to volunteer as a committee member, please click here. If you have questions about the RLC Alumni Association, please contact Kim Morton, Director of Advancement.
The Rosseau Lake School Old Boys’ Association was formed on November 3, 1973 by Greg Devenish, Chris Sainthill, and Grant Wilson. The Association was officially renamed the Alumni Association when the school became co-ed in 1983.