Engaged Alumni have the power to feed university recruitment, enrich the student experience, improve graduate employability, fund new innovation and provide real-world links for research and enterprise. The challenge for alumni teams is to consistently and effectively build sustainable relationships with diverse and ever changing alumni populations. Alterline’s Alumni Life Pulse survey provides the intelligence and insight alumni teams need to drive alumni engagement.
Why join Alumni Life Pulse?
Alumni lives: Build greater empathy for your alumni audience and drive the strategic decisions needed to deliver services and opportunities that meet your user needs.
Alumni affinity: Harness the power of your institutions brand through the stories of your alumni. Understand affinity and tell stories that will resonate with alumni, students and prospects.
Alumni connections: Know what channels to use, what messages will work and what barriers you need to overcome to drive alumni
Alumni segments: Understand the different ways you can segment your alumni, to target users and reduce the ‘noise’.
Alumni experience: Measure the positives and negatives of the current Alumni experience to improve the quality of what you deliver.
How does the Pulse work?
At the heart of the Alumni Life Pulse is an online, customisable, questionnaire designed by higher education experts working in partnership with university alumni teams. We provide everything you need to run the survey and we’ve designed the report to provide clearly visualised and actionable insight – ready for your team to work with to improve engagement and alumni experiences.
Alterline’s unique collaborative model brings universities together to work on common challenges and build communities of innovative practice. Joining the Pulse community means you will have access to opportunities to network, share ideas and build links with other institutions at Pulse workshops. Each year, we’ll produce a benchmarking report showing your core results against other community members to facilitate shared learning.
Join or find out more
If you’d like to chat about joining the collaboration, or want to know more please contact Sharon Steele on 0161 503 5760 or firstname.lastname@example.org