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6 Ways for Your Admissions Office to Maintain Operational Continuity with SlideRoom™

During these unprecedented times, maintaining operational continuity is one of the biggest challenges and top priorities for businesses and organizations of all types. For your higher education institution, that can mean anything from continuing to deliver quality instruction to maintaining your application review processes without having access to your physical admissions office. Read on forRead More

See the Whole Picture with SlideRoom™

If you want to discover who your applicants truly are and what they have to offer, it’s no longer good enough to make decisions based exclusively on resumes, references, test scores or transcripts. Instead, you need to expand your view with a portfolio-focused application process that allows students to share what they do and createRead More

SlideRoom Facilitates Holistic, Multimedia-friendly Admissions at Frost School of Music

In the arts, it’s natural for academic programs to strive to transcend traditional metrics for admission such as GPA and test scores, and to incorporate application components which amplify a prospective student’s actual artistic capabilities. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that University of Miami’s Frost School of Music recently announced that it hasRead More

Stanford University’s Clinical Summer Internship (CSI) program goes paperless

“I definitely would recommend SlideRoom…I was shocked at how easy it was to set up. It’s been a big improvement over our previous system.” – Kimya Stidum, Former Program Coordinator THE CHALLENGE When Kimya Stidum joined Stanford in 2015 as the program coordinator of its Clinical Summer Internship (CSI), she inherited an inefficient application process.Read More

MASS Design Group strengthens diversity of applicants and increases collaboration during its application review process

How SlideRoom facilitated a holistic application review, helping the firm make steady progress towards its diversity and inclusion goals The Challenge As an award-winning nonprofit architecture firm involved in social impact projects around the globe, MASS Design Group attracts many applications for employment and internships — nearly 2,000 annually. The organization wanted to build aRead More

St. Martin’s University’s admitted-to-enrolled student ratio climbs to 95%

SlideRoom streamlined St. Martin’s University’s admissions processes, giving admissions officers time to build stronger relationships with prospective students SlideRoom can increase the efficiency and efficacy of your admissions process. By using SlideRoom, St. Martin’s University has discovered how to find their best applicants with a tool that allows them to be authentic and effective. TheRead More

Help us Spread the Word!

Do all of your colleagues know about our portfolio review solution? If not, we have some great news! When you refer someone to SlideRoom, you will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card. They will receive a 20% discount on the Annual License Fee for their first year. All they need to do is mention yourRead More

Move from DecisionDesk to SlideRoom

As the admissions leader for portfolio-based applications, SlideRoom recognizes that on-boarding new schools needs to be simple. And recently, we’ve received many inquires about specifically switching from Decision Desk to SlideRoom — that’s easy too. SlideRoom has dedicated account managers who will walk you through the migration, from understanding the features to integrating your varyingRead More

SlideRoom Joins Liaison

Leading admissions solution provider to integrate portfolio technology into its Centralized Application Services (CAS™) WATERTOWN, Mass. (September 12, 2017) – In a move that will expand the availability of tools that support strategic college admissions, Liaison International today announced it has acquired SlideRoom. The company is best known for its seamless integration of multimedia componentsRead More

A New Way into Business School

Most business schools have the enviable problem of having significantly more applicants than they can possibly admit. Historically, the solution to this has been separating the admissions decision to the university from the decision to admit into the business school one or two years later. But that presents its own problems. Top-quality students who aren’tRead More