Main - Community Reimagine Your Campus COMMUNITY Meet Raftr, the community-building campus platform
that allows your college or university to connect
with a new generation of students & alumni
EXPLORE SOLUTIONS

Meet Our Campus Communication Solutions

Campuswide solutions, simplified.

When you’re trying to connect with students, Raftr helps you manage the last mile to bring your campus together. Enjoy simple integration with your existing event calendars and messaging solutions, and forget complicated technical configurations or challenging cross-department coordination.

Our Partners Include

Raftr provides several different lines of communication between staff and students, which means it’s a versatile platform for those seeking to drive student engagement. The platform is easy to use and fun to manage, and it provides a space for thoughtful, impactful content.

Mickey Toogood

Student Communications Strategist • Tufts University

We continued to be amazed by Raftr’s impact within our Residence Life community. Unlike other ‘student engagement’ platforms, Raftr’s intuitive features require minimal training, the platform can be deployed in 2 weeks, and their product was adopted eagerly.

Carrie Ponikvar

Executive Director of Housing and Residential Education • University of Denver
I love Raftr because it allows me to always be in the know about events on campus.

If I’m ever looking for something interesting to do during the week, I can always check the app’s explore page to see what sounds intriguing, and I can also better plan my week!

Georgia K.

Tufts University Student • Raftr User
I love Raftr because it keeps me connected both on campus and in the greater Boston area! Without it, I would have missed out on so many fun events and delicious free food.

Nikki P.

Raftr User
It’s always hard knowing what is going on on campus because I hear about things I’m interested in, but forget all the details five seconds later. Raftr is great because it takes all of the events from random fliers, Facebook pages, and chalked messages on the sidewalk, and puts them in one place.

Danny S.

Raftr User
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