The College of Engineering will better manage applications and admission offers with Liaison’s single portal for researching and applying to engineering graduate programs
WATERTOWN, Mass. (March 19, 2019) – The Ohio State University has joined the growing list of institutions that are revolutionizing their graduate-level engineering admissions processes with Liaison International. Ohio State, which is one of the nation’s top-20 public universities, is now included in the more than 31,000 programs on more than 1,000 campuses offering Liaison’s convenient single-portal application services to a worldwide marketplace of potential applicants exploring their graduate education opportunities.
According to Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs Dr. LaTonia Stiner-Jones, the College of Engineering chose the Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for engineering graduate programs to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its application and admissions processes.
“The CAS also helps expand our applicant pool by promoting our program-specific landing pages to any potential applicant exploring graduate engineering education. As a result, we get the same exposure as other top institutions around the world — and the solution makes it easier for talented students to apply who may not have otherwise learned about us,” Dr. Stiner-Jones says.
EngineeringCAS benefits all admissions stakeholders by:
- Providing students with an easy-to-use, mobile-friendly digital admissions portal that simplifies the application process.
- Offering participating schools and programs insights into enrollment trends as well as access to Liaison’s services and processing team to take on time-intensive application processing tasks.
- Facilitating collaboration that helps all engineering disciplines identify challenges facing the industry, work together toward shared goals and open doors of opportunity to a globally relevant workforce.
“Over the last two decades, our admissions management products and services have helped educational institutions of all sizes become more competitive and accessible while growing and shaping their best classes,” says Ron Hyman, Liaison’s executive director of engineering education solutions. “We are excited to have Ohio State join the network of schools and programs that use EngineeringCAS, and we look forward to helping the University offer a better application experience as they move closer to accomplishing their most crucial institutional goals.”
To learn more about how EngineeringCAS can help achieve your recruitment, admissions and enrollment goals, visit engineeringcas.org.