Connect your prospective, admitted, or current students with their peers.
Schools App is customizable to your clubs, organizations, and only for your students.
We help introduce students based on shared activities, majors, and interests.
"One of the best things to see [with Schools App] has been how the students embrace it and make friends before they get to campus."
First Year Experience Coordinator, Eastern Michigan University
"Developing a sense of belonging and connectedness within the new campus is one of the most important factors in long term student success."
Dr. Susie Brubaker, Associate Provost for Academic Success and EngagementRead the White Paper →
"The Schools App has dramatically reduced the amount of work we have to spend on our old Facebook Pages. Now, it's so easy to see what happened [in the app] or review any posts that have been flagged to make sure everything is running smoothly."
Publications Editor, Office of Admissions, Illinois State University
- SMS Text
- Facebook Notification
- iPhone/Android Push Notification
- Enrollment Status
- Counselor Group
- or any other characteristic
"I love the announcements feature as it let's Otis reach students on their preferred email addresses for important news and deadlines from the college."
Director of Student Activities, Otis College of Art and Design
Engaging out-of-state students reduces summer melt and boost yield by giving students from outside your state the support structure they need to succeed.
At the University of Denver, out-of-state Schools App users, were 4x more likely to enroll than out-of-state non-users.
47% Likely to Enroll
10% Likely to Enroll
"We share our adoption, yield and melt rates with senior staff in our division, and plan to continue to analyze this data to see how it trends over time."
Director of Communications, Enrollment Division, University of Denver
"Approximately 80% of [Facebook's] daily active users are outside the U.S. and Canada."
Focus your outreach to achieve your ideal class mix.
Predict which students are most likely to deposit and enroll.
"Uversity has given social media a role in tracking meaningful interactions which has allowed our admission office to better serve our students and utilize our time and resources in a more efficient way."
Associate Director of Admissions Communications, Samford University
"Average yield rates at four-year colleges declined significantly over the past decade, from 49 percent in 2002 to 38 percent to 2011. Declining yield rates signaled greatly increased uncertainty for colleges, upending traditional methods of predicting the share of accepted students a college would enroll."
NACAC 2012 State of College Admissions ReportRead the White Paper →