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Highlights from Higher Ed: Teens’ Plans, Employers’ Opinions, FAFSA Completions and Fiscal Woes

Teens are shelving college plans One in four recently surveyed high school graduates said they have put their college plans on hold due to the financial impact COVID-19 has had on their families. Among high school juniors and seniors, 12% said they plan to delay Read More
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Pandemic Year in Review: An Interview With EMP’s Remote Interns

Real-world experience: Colleges talk about it. Students expect it. Employers look for it on resumes. College juniors and seniors most commonly get real-world experience through hands-on, in-person internships. So, what does real-world experience look like during a global “new normal”? Glassdoor estimated that half of the Read More

The Data Is In: Get Ready to Benchmark Your Postbac Program’s Success

Liaison’s 2019-2020 PostbacCAS™ Cycle Report aggregates data for all verified applicants who submitted through the Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for postbac programs. Your postbac program no longer needs to operate in an information void when it’s time to benchmark your most recent applicant and enrollment trends Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: College Closures, Underserved Students, Vaccination Requirements and Remote Learning

At least 68 colleges and universities have vanished since 2016 By one estimate, no fewer than 68 public and private nonprofit institutions were either closed, merged, acquired or consolidated since 2016. “Pressure to lower tuition, stagnating state funding and a shrinking pool of high school Read More

Women’s History Month: 8 Leadership Lessons from Liaison’s Women Executives

According to a recent report, women held just 23.5% of all board seats at the 3,000 largest public companies in the United States at the end of 2020. That’s an improvement from 15% four years earlier, but the goal of achieving gender parity in corporate Read More

Women’s History Month Women at Work Spotlight: Judy Chappelear Shares “It can Be Challenging to Become Part of the ‘Boys’ Club’”

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting Liaison employees who identify as women whose contributions have been integral to our success.  Judy Chappelear, Director, Association Partnerships, works with sales and marketing teams to promote Liaison’s Centralized Application Service (CAS). She earned an MBA from Read More

Explore Higher Ed’s Timeliest Topics In the Latest Issue of “The Admissionist”

Enrollment experts share tips for adapting admissions strategies, reaching new and diverse applicant pools and more! The newest issue of The Admissionist — Liaison’s quarterly magazine dedicated to the art, science and industry of college admissions — is now available online and in print. Put Read More

Women’s History Month Women at Work Spotlight: Why Becky White Believes “Your Voice Matters”

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting Liaison employees who identify as women whose contributions have been integral to our success. Becky White, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Management Solutions, is responsible for engaging students, driving application completion and unifying enrollment processes with the company’s Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Student Stress, A Better Financial Outlook, Online Cheating and Back-to-Campus Ambivalence

Most students are feeling stressed, anxious and uncertain A survey of more than 1,300 college students revealed that the overwhelming majority are still feeling stress and anxiety (80%) and believe it has affected their academic performance (75%). Most (56%) are also concerned about what “new Read More

Women’s History Month Women at Work Spotlight: Laura Nicole Miller Has “Got It”

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we're spotlighting Liaison employees who identify as women whose contributions have been integral to our success. Laura Nicole Miller, Liaison's Director of Marketing, came from a library science and writing background and now uses those skills — and the others Read More

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