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Take the Alum Census and Tell Us What You REALLY Think!


Connection has never been more important for our social, emotional, and professional well-being than in these “socially distant” times, but the pandemic hasn’t stopped AAVC and our campus partners—Vassar’s Alumnae/i Engagement team—from trying our best to help alums connect and maintain meaningful relationships with each other and the College. We want to make sure that Vassar is serving the needs of its diverse alum body—one that is 40,000-strong and spans eight decades!

To that end, I want to encourage you to take a moment to participate in Vassar’s yearly Alumnae/i Census and Attitudinal Study. In previous years, the College has focused primarily on gathering updated contact information to ensure that reunion materials are provided to you. This year, however, the study has been completely redesigned in an effort to better understand alumnae/i perspectives, experiences, social identities, current attitudes about Vassar, and interests regarding communications, activities, and programming. 

For 2021, the study is specifically targeted to classes of the last decade (2011-2020) and current Reunion classes (1s and 6s), but anyone can participate. So please set aside 20 minutes to share your perspectives with us. Doing so will help us to better serve and communicate with you moving forward.

This year's Alumnae/i Census and Attitudinal Study can be found at:

Vassar Always,


Steve Hankins ’85, P’13,’17

AAVC President