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You can now add expiration dates for answer values in the Questions section. Once the expiration date has passed, the answer value won’t be available to applicants. This is an optional feature, and if no expiration date is selected, the answer value is always available to applicants. Note that you can’t include expiration dates for every answer value; one answer value must always be available.
The WebAdMIT Support team has a new name: the Client Support Specialist team. Their contact information remains the same:
Identifying New and Updated Applicants – This document reviews how you can use WebAdMIT to find newly submitted applicants and how to manage application updates, including new letters of evaluation and official test score receipt.
WebAdMIT allows you to create tasks for reviewers through the assignments function. Assignments are an excellent tool to streamline your application review process. Additionally, we have implemented new email notification functionality to remind your reviewers to complete assignments on either a daily or a weekly basis. Access the full instructions for assignments here.
Assignments are created by a WebAdMIT Administrator, but anyone with the Manage Assignments and Interviews permission in their Work Group can assign an applicant to a reviewer.
When you have at least one applicant assigned to you, you’ll receive periodic email notifications. There are two notification types, Daily and Weekly, that can be enabled in your Email Notifications settings.
To adjust your Email Notification settings:
If you are a WebAdMIT Administrator, you can also adjust the Email Notifications settings for other users.
The College of St. Scholastica and Linfield College have become the latest to end requirements that all undergraduate applications submit SAT or ACT scores.
Maine attempts a new dedicated nursing education strategy to replace traditional six-hour clinicals.
Author Marsha Fowler, PhD, MDiv, MS, RN, FAAN, explains how the shift in nursing education has informed current nurses how to take care of themselves while furthering their careers.