You said you're proud to be a Rebel…
Graduates of Hospitality, Urban Affairs, and Allied Health programs were especially enthusiastic about their experience.
Young grads showed the least satisfaction. But don’t fret too much. The data shows that satisfaction grows significantly over time.
Top factors affecting your current opinion of UNLV
- The value and respect of a UNLV degree
- Scholarship opportunities UNLV provides students *
- The accomplishments of current students and faculty
* Scholarship Opportunities
Not so surprising considering the many first-generation college graduates are among our alumni. UNLV has been increasing scholarship awards, including some funded by alumni themselves.
|Privately Funded Scholarships||$2.74 million||$8.1 million|
|Total Scholarship Awards||$20.5 million||$36.4 million|
The top skills UNLV helped you develop
- Collaborating with others
- Critical thinking
“This survey made it clear to us you care about UNLV. We’re sharing your feedback across campus so we can improve programs for both current students and our alumni.”- Chad Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Executive director of the UNLV Alumni AssociationReach out with your suggestions for improving alumni programs.
And you had great suggestions for us…
When you were a student, the opportunity to interact with alumni was very important to you.
So we are enhancing mentoring programs.
From speaking in a class to serving on an advisory board, you’d be surprised how many ways you can help current students. But we can do much more. Fostering student-alumni interactions is part UNLV’s Top Tier strategic plan.
You’d have liked more career services support as a student and now you believe it’s important for all alumni to help identify job opportunities for fellow Rebels.
So we are rebuilding programs hurt by the recession.
UNLV and the Alumni Association is reinvesting in career services programs all across campus to make that easier. In the meantime, visit the website to access 42 webinars covering all stages of career development.
You want to be invited to campus events more often — even when it’s unlikely that you may attend.
So we are extending a standing invitation!
Alumni relations is rethinking its approach to events and will work to share more information with you.
Geographic distance and time are the top barriers to getting involved in alumni programs.
So we are coming to a city near you.
With 40 percent of our graduates living outside Nevada, UNLV knows it’s important to boost regional events and clubs programs. Reach out to help organize one near you.
Amanda Gordon (email@example.com)
Board & Volunteer Relations, Division of Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement
She’ll help you find a way to get involved that works with your schedule from wherever you live.
You ranked engagement with UNLV’s social media fairly low in terms of importance as activity for alumni.
So we are hmm…hoping you’ll reconsider.
Being an ambassador for UNLV — in both the virtual and real worlds — goes a long way in raising the reputation of UNLV and the value of your degree. So please like, follow, and share your Rebel pride.
Our most ardent alumni love stories about campus history, community engagement, and the accomplishments of fellow alumni.
So we are bringing you more.
But we can only fit so much in each issue. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter at unlv.edu/news for more. (And, please, don’t forget to reshare them in your social circles!)