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Your CAS™ is Configured. Your Next Step? Getting Up and Running With WedAdMIT™ (Level 1 Training)

When applicants log on to your program’s Centralized Application Service (CAS™), every significant step they take is shaped by the choices you made when you initially customized the site using the tools available in your WebAdMIT™ configuration portal. Applicants will immediately see your institution’s preferred Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Kansas Reexamines College Prerequisites and Institutions Experience a Decrease in Chinese Student Enrollment

Kansas reexamines college prerequisites In hope of increasing college enrollment, public colleges in the state of Kansas are proposing the elimination of the required completion of certain high school classes such as chemistry and physics. Board members believe that the elimination of these course requirements Read More

Are Your Admissions Strategies in Top Shape? Learn How to Achieve Peak Performance with ATCAS™ at the CAATE Accreditation Conference

Just as today’s top athletes understand that they can’t achieve their loftiest goals using outdated equipment and ideas, today’s top athletic training programs need to understand that they can’t fill classroom seats with “best-fit” students using outdated admissions technology and strategies. That’s why the Commission Read More

Attention All Physician Assistant Educators: Plan to Learn About Liaison’s CASPA™ at the PAEA Education Forum in October

The Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) is the only national organization representing PA educational programs, so it makes sense that PA educators and admissions professionals from across the country will be making it a priority to attend the PAEA Education Forum in Washington, D.C. in Read More

Calling All Higher-Ed CIOs and IT Directors: Make Time at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference to Discover the Benefits of a CAS™

As a CIO or IT Director, you're tasked with finding ways to aggregate and streamline big data across numerous systems, manage multiple APIs and deliver an analytics package that admissions and enrollment professionals need to identify best-fit students and improve their process. Of course, you Read More

“A Stab in the Dark”: Dental Hygiene Programs and the Quest to Predict Student Success

Over the last five years at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry (VCU SOD), Michelle McGregor, RDH, B.S., M.Ed., has witnessed a seemingly paradoxical trend when it comes to the intersection of student recruitment and student performance. McGregor, director of the dental hygiene program at Read More

CAS on Campus: How Centralized Application Service (CAS™) Integration Works at Emory University

What's it like to use a Centralized Application Service (CAS™) with your existing on-campus systems? Angel Hurston, business analyst II, recently shared her experience at the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. "The Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University implemented the SOPHAS™ Read More

Highlights in Higher Ed: Making the “Gap Year” Count and The U.S. Struggles to Graduate Teachers

Making the “gap year” count The prevalence of U.S. students taking a “gap year,” or taking a year off after high school graduation before enrolling in a higher education institution, has increased in recent years. In fact, The Gap Year Association reports that in the Read More

Make Time for Time2Track™ at the ACES Conference in October

When the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) kicks off its upcoming bi-annual conference, almost 2,000 counselors, counselor educators, counselor supervisors and students will gather together in Seattle with the shared goal of improving the education and supervision of counselors. Will you be among Read More

When Texas Business Deans Meet to Talk About “Best-Fit” Enrollment, They’ll Be Talking About BusinessCAS™

Regardless of the size or location of their schools, the college and university deans attending the upcoming Council of Texas Business Deans Annual Meeting in Texarkana, Texas share many of the same priorities, such as containing operational and administrative costs, shaping the best possible classes Read More

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