To understand the needs of UB alumni and help guide future initiatives, the UB Alumni Association recently surveyed graduates from around the globe. Over a three-week period, thousands of alumni offered their feedback on a variety of topics—including how they felt about UB, how they want to keep in touch with us, the activities they were most interested in, and, as the case may be, what kept some from keeping in touch.
“We regularly want to check in with alumni,” said Cynthia Khoo-Robinson, associate vice president for alumni engagement and annual giving. “If we’re not taking the pulse of those closest to us, we’re doing them—and ourselves—a disservice. Our mission is to serve all UB alumni, and understanding their needs and perceptions is key to fulfilling that mission.”
Higher education remains a key value among respondents, with 94 percent indicating they agree or strongly agree. Respondents also highly recommend UB to others and feel that their UB degree has helped them in their career. The results also showed a high degree of affinity to one’s degree school, as well as an interest in, and understanding of, the university’s priorities and direction.
We’ll continue to distill the results and use the data to help guide initiatives to meet your needs and interests. As always, we’d love to hear any feedback from you at any time! Contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you to all who participated!
UB alumni are overwhelmingly proud of their alma mater! How do you show your pride?
More than three-quarters of the respondents are very satisfied with their academic experience at UB.
Most alumni would highly recommend UB when asked.
A majority of UB alumni agree that the value of their degree is strong and it has helped advance their career.