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Alumni Life | Summer 2016

 

Homecoming 2016!

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Homecoming 2016 

October 1, 2016


Survey Says!

Results from the Alumni Attitude Study

Alumni of all ages and majors from around the globe are proud to be affiliated with Kent State, eager to tell the world about their alma mater, and hungry for information about today’s people, programs and progress, according to a recent, independent study of Kent State graduates. 

To ensure that alumni perspectives and experiences guide the development of the Kent State Alumni Association’s strategic plan and future actions, the association commissioned Performance Enhancement Group to conduct a comprehensive survey, which was sent to alumni with valid email addresses last October. More than 250 universities and associations have used this Alumni Attitude Study to understand alumni attitudes, opinions, motivations and concerns.  

“We want to provide the strongest-possible support to alumni at all points in their lives after graduation,” says Lori Randorf, alumni association assistant vice president. “The survey results will help us improve the ways we connect and communicate with alumni and affirm the growing value of their degrees.”

Key Findings

Results from the Alumni Attitude Study

Thank you to all alumni who participated in the survey for providing valuable feedback to the alumni association. We will be incorporating findings from the study into our alumni outreach as we work together to create a successful and vibrant future for Kent State. For more information about the benefits and services offered by the alumni association, please visit www.ksualumni.org.

 

 
Send Us Your Class Note

We’d love to hear from you! 

To share your news, complete the form at www.ksualumni.org/classnotes (you may include an image in JPEG, GIF or PNG format) or write Kent State University Alumni Association, Center for Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement, P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242.

Limit your notes to 100 words or less and include your class year, city, state and degree(s). Notes may be edited for length or clarity and published as space allows.

Deadlines for submissions:
Fall: May 30
Spring: September 30
Summer: January 31

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