WATER TOWN, Mass., April 11, 2018 / PRNewswire / – Liaison International today announced that The Common Application has approved GradCAS ™, Liaison’s recently launched Centralized Application Service (CAS ™) for graduate programs. By endorsing GradCAS, The Common Application, a non-profit organization focused on promoting access, fairness and integrity in the university admissions process, agreed to serve on the advisory board Liaison products for GradCAS; and providing referrals to Common Application member institutions needing a non-discipline-specific graduate application solution in a global community of graduate programs.
The Common App and Liaison have already partnered to leverage their respective expertise in undergraduate and graduate admissions to provide a solution that meets the unique needs of transfer students and adult learners today. . Common App for transfer, a new transfer application co-developed by the two organizations, features features and functionality that provide a welcome solution for applicants that takes their life history into account.
“We are committed to helping all students access higher education opportunities, regardless of age, race, gender, geography, nationality, financial means or academic background,” said Jenny rickard, CEO of The Common Application. “Through our continued work with Liaison and as a member of the GradCAS Advisory Board, we are helping to meet the needs of Common App member institutions who also want a graduate application solution.”
Rickard will be part of the GradCAS Advisory Board.
As Common App for Transfer, GradCAS uses the same proven software and services to streamline graduate admissions. It includes an intuitive student application and application management software, as well as scanning and packaging services and telephone and email support for applicants, which eliminates campus work and accelerates decisions. .
“NSU is a successful and long-standing user of Liaison’s centralized application services. These services have streamlined admissions for our nursing, athletic training, medical assistant and vocational diploma programs,” said the Dr. Ralph rodgers, Ph.D., Rector and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at NOVA Southeastern University in Florida. “We have a similar relationship with the Common Application for our undergraduate programs, so naturally we are excited to extend similar benefits and efficiencies to our graduate programs by introducing GradCAS.”
“The Common App has successfully built an impressive community of over 800 member colleges and universities. By endorsing GradCAS and as a member of the Advisory Board, they are leveraging their expertise and influence to meet admissions needs. graduates, “said George haddad, CEO and founder of Liaison. “We are delighted to be working with Common App to support even more students.”
To learn more about GradCAS, visit gradcas.liaisoncas.org.
About the common application
The Common App is a nonprofit member organization of more than 800 influential colleges and universities in United States and all over the world. Since 1975, The Common Application has been committed to seeking access, fairness and integrity in the college admissions process. In 2016-2017, more than one million students, including a third of the first generation, submitted more than four million applications via the Common App platform. Last year, the Common Application Needs Fee Waiver process saved students over $ 55 million in administration fees; over 250 Common App member schools do not have a registration fee. To learn more, visit commonapp.org, follow @CommonApp and #CommonApp.
Over the past two decades, Liaison has helped more than 7,000 programs on more than 800 campuses manage admissions more effectively through its CAS technology and complementary treatment and support services. In partnership with more than 30 professional associations, the company has developed discipline-wide services for a range of fields, including most health professions, as well as engineering (EngineeringCAS), higher education in management (BusinessCAS), social work (SocialWorkCAS), psychology (PSYCAS) and architecture (ArchCAS). To learn more, visit liaisonedu.com.