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Liaison Collaborates with Parchment to Increase College Application Completion Rates

New integration simplifies document submission to save time and reduce stress for students applying to college WATERTOWN, Mass. (April 11, 2017) - Liaison today announced…

Liaison and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Partner to Drive Enrollment in Professional and Post-Professional Architecture Programs

New Centralized Application Service will expand applicant pools and offer actionable insight into discipline’s enrollment trends WATERTOWN, Mass. (March 23, 2017) — Liaison today announced…

Liaison Relaunches ExploreHealthCareers.org

ADEA taps Boston-based graduate admissions leader to assume ownership and provide innovations for top-ranked health professions site WATERTOWN, Mass. (February 28, 2017) — Over…
Liaison International, ASME and ASABE Collaborate to Streamline Graduate Admissions for Engineering Programs

Liaison, ASME and ASABE Collaborate to Streamline Graduate Admissions for Engineering Programs

Resulting Centralized Application Service will improve applicant experience, offer insight into enrollment trends and create more time for holistic application review WATERTOWN, Mass. (February…
Liaison International and TWG Plus Partner to Provide Schools with Data-Driven Enrollment Marketing

Liaison and TWG Plus Partner to Provide Schools with Data-Driven Enrollment Marketing

Combined product offering will provide admissions offices with better insight into student recruitment ROI WATERTOWN, Mass. (February 22, 2017) — Liaison International today announced…

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