This blog post is the last in a series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. At many graduate schools, the admission process is more haphazard than the undergraduate process. There are many reasons for this. The volume of applicants is lower as there

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This blog post is the third in a series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. As a college alumnus, have you donated to your alma mater within the last two years? 63% of Princeton alumni made at least one donation to the school

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This post is the second in a blog series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. If you are a freshman starting at Columbia University, University of Chicago or Yale University this fall, based on past data, there is about a 99% chance that

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This post is the first in a blog series about the Student Life Cycle outlining why colleges should be adopting technology to better manage the entire student life cycle process; from applying and accepting to attending; to graduating to alumni giving and continuing education; and finally for some, to attend graduate school. In 1989, a movie came out about the college application process called “How I Got Into College.” The movie featured scenes of the college admissions department sitting around

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