In 2013, Samford University, a small, private, faith-based institution in Birmingham, Alabama, decided to combine its health-related programs and create the College of Health Sciences to meet the growing demand for skilled and compassionate caregivers.
Faulkner University changed its approach to converting inquiries into applicants between the 2013 and 2014 enrollment cycles, experiencing a 28% increase in qualified applicants in the course of one year.
In the spring of 2011, Schreiner University adopted NursingCAS to help with processing applications, verifying transcripts, evaluating applications, freeing staff to focus on other critical activities such as student outreach and relationship-building.
Since October 2014, Our Lady of the Lake's Department of Communication Disorder program has achieved a 13% increase in applications, reduced application review time by 75%, and attracted higher quality applicants with a broader/more national reach. Learn more.