Have you just received a call from us?
If you’ve recently been contacted by one of our students we hope you thoroughly enjoyed speaking to them. Everyone on the team is a current Warwick student and they play a hugely important role in keeping the University connected to our global family of alumni, friends and supporters.
Whether you graduated in 1968 or 2008 we always want to hear what you've gone on to do after your Warwick degree, or perhaps you never studied here but are connected to Warwick for a different reason.
We know you can keep in touch with Warwick news via social media, but for us, it's great to speak to you directly about everything that's happening here and find out your opinions on some of the latest developments. And of course, the students love to hear the interesting stories, insights and advice from generations that studied at Warwick before them!
Our students not only keep you in touch with the University, but also raise money for fantastic projects happening right now at Warwick. Last year we spoke with thousands of graduates and raised the equivalent of 19 scholarships! Thank you to everyone who made generous donations over the phone last year.
All these donations are now being put to work across the University and some projects wouldn't even get off the ground without donations from our supporters. Whether it’s providing more scholarships; funding new pilot studies to beat cancer, or empowering students to make a difference in Africa; your support is vital.
If you have any questions or comments, or would like to update your details so you can receive a call from us, then please get in touch on 024 7657 4375 or email@example.com.
If you would like to donate online, you can donate quickly and securely here.
Good to talk to you too. I apologise if I talked too much, but I do enjoy the chats I have with you guys from the calling team. When the donation was set up I talked to a student who was from my own department and who knew my old lecturer plus one of my fellow students who now is a lecturer too, so that was also a good talk. Nice to walk down memory lane :-). Good luck with the studies!