Processing college applications is often accompanied by sorting through a seemingly endless mountain of paperwork. Traditional paper applications don’t just put a strain on resources; they can also cause many inefficiencies that significantly slow the admissions process.
But enrollment services at Cedarville University implemented a solution that's been fully operational for one year – it’s gone paperless. Becky Hayes, director of enrollment services, and Tammy Abel, assistant director of applications management, led the transition to the paperless application process. As a result, the university has saved thousands of dollars and a reduced the time it takes a student to move from the application stage to being admitted.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Paperless Process Is Productive in Enrollment Process" (2015). News Releases. 164.