Graduate Admissions Software Solution
Streamline graduate admissions processing and review
Higher education institutions strive to secure best-fit students ahead of the competition. But, when paired with paper-based review processes, the variety and complexity of graduate admissions makes it difficult for an institution to deliver decisions to prospective students quickly, putting at risk the opportunity to enroll them at all. With OnBase graduate admissions solution by Hyland, the process of reviewing applications is accelerated, so you increase the opportunity to draw in greater tuition revenue and your institution gains more time to craft the perfect class.
Make reviews faster and easier for counselors
Hyland solutions offer institutions the opportunity to streamline graduate enrollment management by working in an electronic, automated environment. Reviewers don’t have to be on campus to access an applicant’s file, even using a mobile device to read and act on an application. Throughout the process, faculty can securely access the document, offer feedback directly into the electronic review sheet and perform additional actions. Automated business process tools ensure applications move quickly through the review process. The speed and efficiencies gained with a Hyland solution allow staff to communicate with top applicants earlier in the season to secure talented, best-fit applicants ahead of the competition.
With Hyland graduate admissions software solution, institutions:
- Automate graduate admissions application and review processes for faster decision making
- Secure talented, best-fit applicants ahead of the competition
- Extend reviewers access to information anytime, anywhere from a secure, centralized repository
View and shape the class as it's forming
To build the best class possible, admissions directors need to be able to view all aspects of the school's applicants. With the OnBase solution, the applicant pool is divided by demographic data — such as targeted states or regions, CEEB codes, ethnicity, etc. — so stakeholders can follow how a class forms.