The Admissions and Records team at the William H. Bowen School of Law is transitioning to Unite, the new platform the law school will be using to recruit prospective law students and complete the admissions process.
IT Services partnered with the Bowen School of Law and the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) to ensure the necessary requirements of the Master Subscription and Services Agreement for Unite were properly aligned with UA Little Rock’s standards and policies. IT Services addressed any security concerns presented in the Agreement and met with LSAC to ensure communication between both entities was clear. IT Services also assisted with the execution of the Agreement.
Unite will assist the Bowen School of Law admissions professionals in their work to provide a more efficient and streamlined experience as they complete various tasks of the admissions process. It will incorporate more up-to-date email marketing tools using Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Unite is offered, operated, and maintained by the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) and is available to all American Bar Association (ABA) law schools. It is being implemented to phase out the old LSAC proprietary applicant management system known as ACES2.
LSAC will be scheduling training for the Admissions and Records team and will continue to support them when needed post transition.