A CAS will save you time.
Temple University shaved 75% off application review time by implementing a CAS. “Before CAS, all my time was spent managing applications. In this day and age, that’s not going to give you the edge on other programs,” shared Erin Brosious, admissions coordinator at Temple University School of Social Work. “CAS is going to make you more available to your students, and it’s going to make the relationships that you have with your students more personable.” Read the full Temple University case study.
A CAS can increase your applications.
With a CAS, Dominican University was able to increase applications tenfold with no additional marketing spend. “For us, the benefits have been across the board in terms of streamlining process, tracking applicants at all levels, reporting within the university, communicating with applicants and supporting national visibility.” Read the full Dominican University case study.
A CAS can expand your reach.
University of La Verne nearly doubled its out of state applicants in just one year with a CAS. “We can easily pull all of the information that goes into the CAS application, whether it’s related to applicant gender, diversity in different factors or geographic area. We also poll our applicants where they hear about us, so we have a good base of knowledge [related to] where they’re hearing about our program.” In a student survey, University of La Verne found that 7% of respondents heard about their program through CAS. Read the full University of La Verne case study.