Our Platform Creates Meaningful Connections
Inspire new engagement between alumni and students. Our platform is an extension of your team and your goals, giving you resources to engage thousands of new alumni while offering every student one-on-one support.
Built for Higher EducationWe built a student and alumni networking platform that creates new levels of engagement and collaboration within your institution.
TestimonialsWe built Wisr in partnership with higher education institutions. Hear what they have to say about how we’ve helped them connect and engage students and alumni.
"Wisr provides a one-stop shop to engage both students and alumni. Many schools like to find one-size-fits-all solutions that attack several different problems, but we like best-in-class solutions. Wisr doesn’t manage a million other products, so we receive great customer support."
Executive Director of Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving
“Students want individualized experiences, both while they are on campus and after they graduate. One of the best ways we can do that is making sure they can link with alumni and employers in an individualized way.”
Vice President and Executive Director of the Knowlton Center for Career Exploration
“What I think is just brilliant is how easy Wisr makes it...students can connect with people at different companies in various industries around the globe. Wisr makes the initial contact so much easier.”
Director of the Career Center
The Latest from the #GetWisr BlogOur team is constantly out connecting with the industry and learning new things we want to share. Keep up with us by reading our most recent blog posts.
It’s no question that surveying your alumni population can generate valuable data for your institution. Accurate survey results can help you update information on your alumni’s current location, job, and communication preferences. You may be able to learn about where
It can be easy to assume that your higher ed peers across departments at your university understand and value the work you’re doing in your office. More often than not, though, your colleagues are so focused on figuring out how