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presentation alumni relations Nottingham trend University FORMEDIA study trip may 2011

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  • 1Nottingham Trent University
  • 2Nottingham Trent University (NTU) • NTU’s origins go back to 1843 • 9 Schools offering almost every discipline • 2,650 staff • Over 23,500 students • Over 5,000 postgraduate students
  • 3International dimension • Students from over 90 countries • 9% non-UK students • Plus over 4,000 students studying overseas
  • 4City Campus – Home to Art & Design and BuiltEnvironment, and Business, Law & SocialSciences
  • 5Brackenhurst Campus – Home to Animal,Rural & Environmental Sciences
  • 6Clifton Campus – Home to Arts & Humanitiesand Education and Science & Technology
  • 7NTU - Evolution1843 – Nottingham Government School of Design1945 – Nottingham and District Technical Collegeestablished1958 – Nottingham Regional College of Technologyestablished1964 – Regional College and College of Art and Designamalgamate1970 – Trent Polytechnic granted polytechnic status1975 – Polytechnic amalgamates with NottinghamCollege of Education
  • 8NTU - Evolution1989 – Name changed to Nottingham Polytechnic1992 – Nottingham Trent University launched1993 – NTU Alumni Association created1999 – NTU amalgamates with BrackenhurstAgricultural College1999 – NTU Alumni Fund programme launched2008 – NTU Receives the largest ever gift to a post-1992 university
  • 9Who are we in touch with?• Approx. 97,000 former students• Graduates from 1940s – Current• We add on average 6,000-7,000 new alumni each year from student records.
  • 10In Addition …• 35,000 skeleton records – name and education details only; never mailed• 19,500 ‘lost’ records – previously mailed but have lost contact over time Total Alumni Records - May 2011 Approx. 152,000 Skeleton 23% "Lost" / Unmailable 13% Contactable 64%
  • 11 Pre-1992 and Post-1992 (University status) Split Contactable Alumni - May 2011 Pre-1992 8017 8% Post-1992 97261 92%NB. Raw data for this chart includes all qualifications obtained. Some alumni havecompleted multiple qualifications and therefore may be counted in both segments.
  • 12 Contactable Alumni by Year of Graduation/Leaving as at May 2011 8000 7000 1990-2010 96% 6000No. of Alumni 5000 1940s-1980s 4% 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010
  • 13 Gaining Contact with Alumni 2011 Year of Graduation Prior to 1990 2002 Comparison of Contactable Alumni in 2011 and 2002 3000 2500No. of Alumni 2000 1500 1000 500 0 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s
  • 14 Age of Contactable Alumni May 2011 30000 May 2011 38% aged 30 and under 58% aged 35 and under April 2007 25000 20000No. of Alumni 15000 10000 5000 0 2011 Figures 61-65 years 979 66-70 years 336 5 0 5 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 21 n 5 -7 -7 -2 -3 -3 -4 -4 -5 -5 -6 -6 w r7 71-75 years 122 er no ve 71 21 26 31 36 41 46 51 56 61 66 nd nk O 76+ years 69 U U ge A
  • 15 Gender - Contactable Alumni May 2011 Unknown 0.11% Male 49.50%Female50.39%
  • Contactable Alumni Resident in UK and Overseas 16 May 2011 Overseas 10% UK 90% Contactable Alumni Resident in UKApril 2007 (for comparison)UK address 91% May 2011Overseas address 9% Nottinghamshire 23% Rest of East Elsewhere Midlands 63% 14% April 2007 (for comparison) Nottinghamshire 23% Rest of East Midlands 13% Elsewhere 64%
  • 17Employment• 29% contactable alumni have provided at least some information on their current or last employment• In May 2011 we know the salary level of 12% contactable alumni
  • 18What does our data look like?Individual Biographical info Address/Phone/Email Home Address Business Address Parental Address Former Address(es) Relationships Organisations Other Individuals Education at NTU Most recent qualification Previous qualification(s) Contact with NTU Events History of Mailings/Phone calls Volunteer Roles Gifts made or pledged Other significant info Personal/Professional achievements Interests Photos
  • 19Alumni Relations at NTU• The aims of the Alumni Relations programme are to:• understand the changing needs and expectations of alumni in terms of their relationship with the University;• use this understanding to strengthen mutually-beneficial relationships between the University and its alumni;• build alumni sense of affiliation and pride in NTU;• establish NTU as alumni’s life-time partner in learning;• increase alumni support for the University – both financial and non- financial
  • 20Alumni Relations at NTU5 Strategic platforms• Raise awareness of the Alumni Association amongst current students and recent graduates• Trace lost alumni• A communications programme to keep alumni involved with their University and its future• A series of alumni events to keep alumni in touch with and affiliated to their University• Opportunities for alumni to volunteer their time and expertise to support their University and its current and future students
  • 21Raising Awareness• The problem = Many current students don’t know what the term ‘alumni’ means• Engage with Schools/Departments/Faculties• Survey of current students – May 2011• Involve students in alumni events• Raise awareness of alumni support among current students – Benefactors boards, nameplates, e-news bulletins• Alumni mentoring programme for current students• Graduations• Alumnus of the Year• Alumni Fund - recruitment
  • 22Tracing lost alumni• Never ends, but very valuable!• Invest in a database and in staff who know how to manage and maintain its integrity• Involve alumni in finding lost alumni from their class
  • 23Communications programme• Vital and fundamental• Alumni Magazine• School/Faculty communications• Online and e-communications• Social networking• Business networking
  • 24Events• Mix it up• Club nights• Networking receptions• Unusual venues• Costs• Current students
  • 25Alumni Support• Financial• Advocacy• Work placements• Mentoring• Careers• Research contracts• Postgraduates• Industry forums