The Scoop: May 2022



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Download Student Lists
You can now export an Excel sheet with student and application data. The Download Student Data permission must be enabled on the user account with either Coordinate Visits and/or Manage Applications. When the permission is granted, the user can then navigate to the Students and Applications tabs and click on the Excel icon to download a specific list.

For more information, please refer to this article here. Additionally, you may click on the image below to be directed to a demo video. Ambassador Program

Within the next few months, we are hoping to create a group of 'super users' or ambassadors who will provide feedback on new features and developments. We need some help coming up with a fun and catchy name. Interested in throwing a name into the hat? Fill out this form and the winning name gets a Slate t-shirt and tote bag! ðŸ†

Have ideas for enhancements to Don't forget to click on the Feedback icon in the navigation toolbar!


End of Cycle Prep
We recently led a discussion for colleges and universities about how to best manage their data sharing settings. We covered end of cycle prep tasks, configuring upload materials, and encouraged colleges to audit their settings. Feel free to share this presentation to your university colleagues!


Southern Association for College Admissions Counseling recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to join colleges and high school counselors from the southern states. We talked all things, data sharing, and ways to continue to market this great, free product!

American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
Join some of our team members in Austin, Texas as we exhibit at this conference from July 9 - 12. We can't wait to meet you all in person! 



Sarah Kochin
Program Manager of

If you could be on a reality TV show, which one would you choose and why?

I would like to be on the Great British Bake Off. I’m not actually a great baker, but I’m confident everyone would be very sweet and try to help me struggle through a croissant or something. Plus the set and lighting makes everything look quite charming.

What is a skill you’d like to learn?

I’d love to learn how to become a successful gardener. While quarantined I had some luck with a few habanero bushes grown from seeds. I’d love to be able to grow a full garden with fresh herbs and produce.

What song is currently stuck in your head?

Pusha T - Neck & Wrist

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