Highlights from Higher Ed: Revolutionary Changes in the ACT Scoring System and Expanding Higher Education Opportunities to Rural Students

Revolutionary changes in the ACT scoring system The ACT recently announced changes to its scoring system which will take effect with the September 2020 distribution of the test. The ACT has framed these changes as enhancements for students. One of the most consequential changes allows Read More

Where Test Scores Meet Military Experience: Holistic Admissions for Non-Traditional Students

Conventional wisdom holds that students attend college in order to acquire the skills which enable them to launch professional careers. But what about a situation in which impressive real-world work experience actually preceded their time on campus? What should that mean for different aspects of Read More

Would You, Too, Be Satisfied with 28% More Applicants and 32% More Students Enrolled? Learn How at the MACRAO Conference

If you’re planning to attend the Missouri Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (MACRAO) annual conference in October, leave some time in your schedule to learn how your admissions office can achieve its most important marketing and enrollment goals using Liaison International’s Enrollment Marketing Read More

OMED 2019: Your Chance to Shape the Future of Osteopathic Medicine

Did you know that more that 6,500 osteopathic medical school students graduated in 2018, or that there are now more than 114,000 Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DOs) in the United States? The American Osteopathic Association (ASA) also reports that approximately 25% of today’s medical students Read More

What Does the Future Hold for Your Social Work Program? Find Out at the CSWE Meeting in Denver

It’s fitting that the theme of the upcoming Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting in Denver is, “Social Work Education: Looking Back, Looking Forward.” The four day event (October 24–27) will “focus on honoring and celebrating the history of social work education.” Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Will UC Drop its SAT Requirement? And Takeaways from the Harvard Admissions Ruling

Will UC drop its SAT requirement? The University of California was instrumental in implementing the SAT as an admission requirement among universities 50 years ago. The UC system, as the nation's leading research university, is once again tasked with guiding the future of standardized testing Read More

What Every Business School Leader at the MAACBA Annual Conference Needs to Know About the Current State of GME

Applications are down, MBA programs are closing and standardized tests aren’t playing the role they used to in graduate management education (GME) admissions. What’s behind these trends? What can your institution do about them? Answers await you at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Association of Colleges of Read More

Admissions in Action: How to Build a Better Class on a Budget

Admissions professionals constantly hear that they need to “do more with less.” But how do you increase enrollment and add new programs with a decreased or stagnant budget, limited staffing and an inefficient, decentralized admissions process? As you’ll learn from Liaison’s on-demand webinar, How to Read More

Institutional Insights: What Every Engineering Dean at the GEDC Annual Conference Needs to Know About EngineeringCAS™

As an engineering dean, you wear a lot of hats these days. To achieve short-term goals, you need to drive “best-fit” enrollment while containing operational and administrative costs. To achieve longer-term goals, you simultaneously need to outline your vision for strategic planning and deliver meaningful Read More

Pre-Configuration Checklist: 3 Questions You Should Ask Before Asking IT to Implement New Technology

In order to help program managers and admissions officials identify the best way to work with IT before implementing a new technology — such as a Liaison 's Centralized Application Service (CAS™) — Greg Martin, Liaison’s client delivery manager, recently shared his insights about how Read More