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Impact: Engagement
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Overall

In FY21, Duke Alumni Engagement and Development supported alumni and friends through hundreds of virtual programs, networking opportunities, ways to give back to students through advice and mentoring, and relevant communications that inspire and drive engagement.

Showing Up

587

VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
IN A PANDEMIC YEAR

2,911

ALUMNI WHO ATTENDED
FIRST-EVER VIRTUAL
DUKE REUNIONS WEEK

3,790

ALUMNI WHO ATTENDED
THE FIRST FOREVER
LEARNING INSTITUTE

236

MEMBERS OF NEW DUKEFIRST
AFFINITY GROUP FOR ALUMNI
WHO WERE FIRST
GENERATION STUDENTS

81

MOST REGIONAL ALUMNI
ENGAGEMENT EVENTS,
HOSTED BY DUKENY

85,000

NC RESIDENTS WHO RECEIVED
A COVID-19 VACCINE
AT THE KARSH ALUMNI
AND VISITORS CENTER

Paying It Forward

11,532

ALUMNI WHO VOLUNTEERED FOR DUKE

16,969

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS INTERVIEWED
BY ALUMNI AMBASSADORS

23,391

ALUMNI WHO LOGGED INTO
ALUMNI NETWORK

1,700

STUDENTS AND ALUMNI WHO USED ADVICE
PLATFORM ASK A BLUE DEVIL

Across the World

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34,322

ALUMNI WHO LIVE IN N.C.

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171,817

ALUMNI WHO LIVE IN THE
U.S. AND TERRITORIES

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14,020

ALUMNI WHO LIVE IN COUNTRIES
OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.