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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

Getting Data Integration Right at the University of Hartford

Four-year private nonprofit university easily integrates CAS applicant data into Slate When the University of Hartford (UHart) decided to adopt BusinessCAS™ — the first and only Centralized Application Service (CAS) for business programs — it chose to use Liaison’s WebAdMIT admissions management solution to integrate applicant data Read More

Why CAS™ Onboarding Was a “Fantastic Experience” at the University of Tennessee at Martin

The University of Tennessee at Martin (UT Martin) is a comprehensive public university providing high-quality undergraduate and graduate educational programs to students from West Tennessee and beyond. It offers graduate degrees in Agriculture & Natural Resources, Business Administration, Counseling, Educational Leadership, Teaching, Family and Consumer Read More

Easy Data Integration in Action: How Liaison Took the Burden Off IT at Baylor University

Generally speaking, the phrase “data integration project” probably doesn’t fill most people, whether in IT offices or admissions offices, with joy. However, it’s different when you work with Liaison. Unlike our competitors, we don’t just deliver software and exit the picture. Thanks to our expertise Read More

Finding Better-Fit Applicants with PSYCAS™

Tennessee State University (TSU) used to have a paper-based application system that “was outdated and inefficient,” said Kiesa Kelly, Ph.D., chair of TSU’s Department of Psychology and an associate professor there. That all changed with PSYCAS™ — the Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for graduate level Read More

Indiana University School of Dentistry Gets “A Much More Efficient Way of Collecting Information”

Kelton T. Stewart, D.D.S., M.S., is an associate professor of orthodontics at the Indiana University School of Dentistry and chair of its Department of Orthodontics and Facial Genetics. He recently talked about that institution’s implementation of ADEA PASS™ (the American Dental Education Association Postdoctoral Application Read More

Study-in-Place: An Interview with a Quarantined College Senior

As college administrators throughout the country strategize their next move during these unusual times, on-campus students are dealing with a massive change in everyday life. No student has been impacted more by the at-home Spring 2020 semester than graduating seniors. Liaison recently connected with Ella Read More

Doing More With Less in Admissions and Enrollment

Companies and institutions in nearly every sector of the economy are concerned about how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak might affect their bottom line. This means that efficiency — and more specifically, achieving greater results with fewer resources — is a core objective for any business Read More

From Fits & Starts to a One-Stop-Shop: Transforming TAMU’s Engineering Admissions

In the previous era of admissions at Texas A&M University’s (TAMU) College of Engineering, the application process was consumed by fits and starts. First, the College of Engineering would need to wait until initial application data from the ApplyTexas online platform was translated for TAMU’s Read More

WebAdMIT™ Paves a Path to Streamlined, Paperless Admissions Workflows at Pacific Lutheran University

  For Catherine Chan, director of graduate admission at Pacific Lutheran University, the objective was clear: streamline the University’s admissions process and make it paperless. “Our goal was to be able to say, ‘This is the only system we use. Everything is in here.’ That Read More