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Highlights from Higher Ed: Online Graduate Education, Presidents’ Views andTuition Discounts

Even with its limitations, now is the time for online graduate education “Despite two decades of strong performance as a solid proof of concept, many traditional universities and employers have regarded online degrees with suspicion and even derision,” said Stephen Taylor, Research Director for Liaison’s Read More

Thriving Together With EngineeringCAS™: A Powerful Resource for Uncertain Times

Graduate education in general, and engineering programs in particular, face unprecedented challenges in 2020 as public health, immigration and economic factors converge in a perfect storm that clouds the outlook for recruiting, admissions and enrollment. In this virtual Liaison User Conference session, Thriving Together With Read More

Time2Track™: A Better Way to Capture Applicant Experiences

Documenting students’ educational and workplace experiences was challenging enough even before the Coronavirus pandemic shuttered campuses, offices and field work locations. But while documenting experiences is now more important than ever, it’s also easier than ever thanks to Time2Track™, the leading software for managing experiences. Read More

Seeing the Whole Picture: How Programs are Gaining More Insights with SlideRoom™ and CAS™

Analyzing applicants beyond their test scores, grades and other traditional application components is crucial for admitting best-fit students and achieving your yield and diversity goals. In order to take a fully holistic approach to their reviewing processes, programs across disciplines use SlideRoom™ to request, collect Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: The Future of GME, “Misguided” Higher Ed and Online Learning

What will graduate management education look like after the pandemic? “Given the tumult of the past several years, it should come as no surprise that some of the most respected schools in the U.S. are discontinuing their full-time MBA (FTMBA) programs,” said Stephen Taylor, Research Read More

How to Build a CAS Data Integration Project Plan

Successful data integration involves taking application records from one system and moving them to another so that your admissions staff can do an even better job of recruiting best-fit students. During this Liaison User Conference session, How to Build a CAS Data Integration Project Plan Read More

An Evolving View of Strategic Enrollment Management: The Graduate Perspective

What will graduate-level recruitment look like beyond Fall 2020? How are holistic admissions policies and diversity and inclusion initiatives likely to influence recruiting and admissions goals in the years ahead? How might the lessons learned during the pandemic change the way graduate programs address the Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: International Outlooks, Fall Plans and Students’ Mental Health

International students think the U.S. is the “least safe” English-speaking country Although students from abroad are eager to study in the United States, they also believe it is among the least safe English-speaking countries in which to attend college. Seventy-five percent of those who participated Read More

Highlights from The Admissionist | Summer 2020

Each quarter, Liaison publishes The Admissionist, a magazine devoted to the art, science and industry of higher ed admissions. The Summer 2020 issue is available now. Highlights include — but are not limited to — the following articles. 5 Key Lessons From the 2020 Pandemic Read More

An Evolving View of Strategic Enrollment Management: The Undergraduate Perspective

The traditional college campus experience as we all knew it likely won’t return any time soon. From recruiting and admissions to sporting events, classroom learning and social activities, there are still far more questions than answers. During the upcoming 2020 Liaison User Conference virtual session, Read More

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