The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) launched the volunteer-led Asia-Pacific Alumni Relations Survey in 2014 to provide a resource for alumni relations professionals to benchmark performance internally and against fellow institutions of higher education. That was the first survey CASE has done on alumni relations programmes in Asia-Pacific. The survey was done in the CASE Benchmarking Toolkit--a web-based custom-developed survey system. The 2015 survey builds on that inaugural work. Benchmarking can give survey respondents: (1) A comprehensive view of their organization's current health by compiling performance data and other metrics; and (2) Reliable statistics and key information to assist them in their planning, decision making and forecasting. Thirty-six institutions from five countries completed the online survey. The survey was open from August2 through September 28, 2015. Respondents were asked to provide data concurrent to the date they completed the survey. Some data collected were for the previous calendar year. The data are presented in two large tables: one which presents the data for the multiple choice questions (table A) and one that presents the data for the number, year, full-time equivalent, and currency questions (table B). There are also four smaller tables that present details of programmes and member benefit offers for alumni, and alumni relations staffing.