College Solutions that Redefine the Admissions Process
Expand college access and improve outcomes by making meaningful connections with the right students on the network where they focus on all things college admissions.
Reach college-bound students where they live and breathe all things admissions with our enrollment marketing solutions.
Coming Soon: Discovery & Awareness
Don’t just fill your funnel. Expand your reach and awareness amongst your ideal students and build relationships that convert.
Plus gain a deeper understanding of your potential prospect pool and how your content is performing with an all new dashboard designed to optimize your student engagement.
Content Management System (CMS)
Easily personalize your college’s profile at scale for each student based on their preferences and interests with our easy to use content management system (CMS).
Students are 94% more likely to engage with content on your profile when customized to their interests.
Get daily actionable insights into your Scoir admissions funnel to identify opportunities for geographic expansion, quickly schedule high school visits with interested students, and make data driven outreach decisions.
You'll also receive unique data about your prospective students to further guide your recruitment strategies and communication plans.
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Admission Essential Solutions
We provide our college advising and document management platform free to Title 1 eligible high schools to facilitate the admissions process and expand college access. Our admission essential solutions are available to every college at no cost.
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Authentic Engagement with Data Driven Insights
Bates was looking for an innovative way to connect with students virtually and gain deeper insights into their funnel. With Scoir they found a new pool of interested students to engage with outside of email. 70% of 2020 students following the school in Scoir were not captured in their CRM