Share your thoughts in CSUEB's alumni attitude survey
- February 1, 2013
The California State University system invites alumni to share their opinions in a confidential online survey to measure alumni attitudes and interests.
To determine how best to serve alumni throughout California and the world, Cal State East Bay is participating in the Alumni Attitude Study being conducted by email in winter 2013. Eighteen other CSU campuses are also participating.
“We would like to know how a CSU education has impacted their lives and what alumni expect from our association and university,” said Penny Peak, director of Alumni Relations and Programs at CSUEB.
Alumni who have provided their email contact information to the university will receive messages with a personalized link to the CSUEB survey. A reminder email was sent Monday, Feb. 3. Those who wish to participate but did not see the email are encouraged to check their spam filter or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All responses are anonymous and will be kept confidential. There will be no mail or phone contact related to this survey.
Peak said alumni input will be critical to planning services offered through the Alumni Association and to meeting members’ expectations.
Thank you for your participation!
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