This guide is meant to provide a general overview of navigating Slate.org. The Help forum will continue to be updated with additional support resources.
Slate.org is a free platform that allows you to do the following:
- Update and share school profile information
- Manage and approve new users
- View applicant information and upload materials to student checklists
Sign up for free!
Creating an account is absolutely free. Go to 'Counselors Join Here' section of Slate.org to get started.
If choosing to create an account that uses social login, you do not have to fill out the registration form. You will need to set your organization when you log into Slate.org.
Alternatively, use our short registration form to create your account.
Enter a First Name, Last Name, Title, Email Address, and Phone Number. The Institution Name field uses auto-suggest to search for your school efficiently.
Account verification can be handled by any colleague at your institution who has an active Slate.org account. If no other active accounts exist, the verification process will be handled by Technolutions. Please use your work email address to expedite the verification process.
Go to Home in the top navigation bar to view recent updates to applications, newly released decisions, upcoming visits, and recently viewed students and colleges.
Go to Profile in the top navigation bar to update your institutional information, including contact information; upload your school profile; and manage users associated with your school's Slate.org account.
Manage users at your institution, including adding new users, resetting passwords for existing users, or inactivating users who are no longer at your institution.
If any users are pending approval, click their name and either approve or decline their access. You can also enable specific permissions.
Go to Students in the top navigation toolbar to see a list of your students, the number of shared applications on file, and their graduation year.
Student lists can be created to organize and track your students.
Slate.org directly links you to colleges and universities that use Slate. Each Slate college and university will decide which applicant data points they wish to share with schools in Slate.org. These points may include the following:
The Colleges section of Slate.org will show you a list of the colleges and universities that use Slate for undergraduate admissions, their location, their application sharing status, and the number of shared applications for students at your school.
College lists can be created to organize groups of colleges and universities.
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