Viewing a Student's College Applications
- In this article, we will show counselors how to view a student's college application, and how to see both the student's requirements and the HS requirements needed to complete an application.
What is viewing a student's college applications?
After a student has begun working on a college application, you will be able to view the progress on that specific application, as well as the student's requirements and the HS requirements needed to submit an application.
1. Accessing a Student Casefile
To view a student's casefile, from the Counselor Dashboard, choose the student you would like to view by clicking on the student's name.
Then click the green Casefile button.
2. Access the Applications Tab
From the student's casefile, click Apps.
3. View a Student's Applications
You are now on the student's applications page. Here you can see:
Submission Process for the student's applications, where you can see how many Tracked, Untracked and Unsubmitted applications this student has.
Application Results for the student's applications, where you can see how many applications are Awaiting acceptance, were Not Accepted, were Waitlisted, or were Accepted.
You will also see a list of the applications the student has, based on their final college list.
Click on the application card for the college application you want to view by clicking the college's name.
The application card will then expand and you will be able to see the Student Reqs tab for this application.
These are the listed out requirements a student must check off in order to complete this application.
They are able to check these off as they go through each application. If you know a student has completed a requirement, you can also check it off as completed for them here.
You can then click on the HS Reqs tab.
These are the listed out requirements that a student's counselor or registrar will have to check off so the student can complete their application.
To learn more about how to edit application requirements, go to Editing a Student's Application Requirements.