Please find a full recording of the webinar below:
*Part 2 of this webinar series will occur in August of 2022*
- Background information and key takeaways from prior application seasons
- What's new for 2021-2022
- Updated Deadline Release Timeline
- Application deadline import/verification/reporting process overview
- Guidance for Multi-Consultant teams
Application Requirements & Application Outline
- Adding application requirements
- Customizing requirements for individual students
- Activating the Application Outline
What about other deadline types, like Priority Deadline, Restricted Early Action, or Rolling Admissions? Or colleges that do not have any deadlines available for import?
Our data provider presently only surveys and collects information on Regular Decision, Early Action, Early Decision I, Early Decision II, and Transfer deadlines. While we don't have a data source for other unique deadline types, consultants do have the ability to add custom deadline types to college profiles. To learn more, see our article on the topic: How do I add Application Deadlines from College Profiles?
Are the Transfer deadlines for the Fall or Spring?
Transfer deadlines collected by Peterson's are the Fall deadlines.
How can I run reports on deadlines and requirements?
There are a variety of reports you can run to get valuable information about application deadlines and application requirements for all of your students and for individual students alike. Here are some helpful articles to guide you through the reports:
Can students add deadlines or requirements?
Presently, only consultants may add/alter application deadlines and requirements. Students may select their target application deadline from the predefined list of available deadlines set by the consultant but cannot create their own.
How can I stay up to date with application deadline corrections?
As errors are reported by members, CollegePlannerPro will continually update the deadlines import file. We will update a help article to track changes and update you weekly via in-app notifications with a link to the post. You can keep your account updated by following along with the article updates and making manual edits to deadlines, or - when in doubt - by re-running the import to access the most recent set of deadlines.