Easy-to-learn audio name pronunciations in the tools you use, to make every student, faculty and alumni interaction a warm one.Request a Demo
Great First and Lasting
Help ensure prospective students feel like they belong from the first interaction with your school.
Maintain a consistent customer service experience from recruiting through matriculation and enrollment
Communicate that you care about Diversity & Inclusion on your campus
Make Every Interaction
Enable instructors, student services, advisers, and peers to be more respectful and inclusive in every interaction.
Build a sense of belonging and community across the campus as part to promote student persistence and achievement.
Demonstrate a commitment to Equity & Inclusion from the classroom to commencement.
Secure the Future with a Stronger
Maintain strong and personal relationships, even after graduation.
Empower fundraising and development officers to start every call with a great first impression.
Make inclusive interactions a part of your alumni and donor engagement strategy
Namecoach seamlessly integrates into the tools you use every day.
Students voice-record their names and set up their Namecoach profile once – in a new student enrollment process or within your LMS – for use across the campus.
Leverage the world’s largest database of accurate audio name pronunciations for fundraising, alumni engagement, and new student recruiting directly within your Salesforce instance, and automatically pull student recordings made in your other campus systems when available.
“We want to encourage a culture of respect on campus, and one of the best ways to convey respect to someone is to get their name right – and to get their pronouns right, too.”
“Since launch, Namecoach has been among the fasted adopted tools at the California Community Colleges. Learn how CCC is utilizing Namecoach throughout campuses to foster a warm and welcoming environment for students.”
“Of all the tech tools rolled out in my 10+ years at CSUN, Namecoach has to be the best-received one I’ve seen. Faculty and staff ‘just get it’ and they love it! It was also the easiest implementation from an external vendor I’ve seen here. Obviously, you want to get a potential donor’s name right when you address them.”