Important Information for the 2022-23 CASPA Application Cycle
Custom Export Layout & Data Dictionary
The data dictionary and custom layout will assist you in creating reports and exports in WebAdMIT. You can also access it through the resource center in WebAdMIT. Please note that this export layout/data dictionary CAN change up until launch day on April 28.
- 2022-2023 Custom Export Layout & Data Dictionary
CASPA Transfer Settings
On Friday, April 29, the 2022-2023 CASPA Settings Transfer will be turned on for all programs.
- Instructions on Preparing for the New Cycle and Transfer Settings, including the items that can be moved to the 2022-2023 cycle are found by clicking here. Please read carefully as Transfer Settings can only be completed a single time by one person:
- Transfer settings will be available on April 29.
CASPA Deferral Process – NEW!
We are happy to announce that we have arranged to unlink the deferral of students from the Settings Transfer process for the 2022-2023 cycle.
The new deferral process will defer students from the 2021-2022 cycle to the 2022-2023 cycle on November 14, 2022, (rather than on April 29 with Transfer Settings). With this later date, we hope schools will be able to better manage students between cycles and will capture more complete data about the 2021-2022 matriculating class.
In previous years the deferral process was included as part of settings transfer and schools that wished to defer students from the current cycle to the next were required to place applicants into a “Deferred” decision code status in April when settings transfer became available.
In the 2021-2022 application cycle the deferral process will be different. Instead of placing students in the “Deferred” decision code, schools will use a newly created decision code – “Defer to Next Cycle” – to initiate this process. The old “Deferred” decision code will be renamed “Deferred DO NOT USE” and deferral of students via the Settings Transfer process in April will be deactivated. The new process is outlined below.
- By 11:59pm on November 7, 2022, schools must place all students to be deferred from the 2021-2022 cycle to the 2022-2023 cycle in a Local Status that maps to the Decision code “Defer to Next Cycle”.
- On November 21, 2022, all applicants in the “Defer to Next Cycle” decision code status will be rolled over to the 2022-2023 application cycle.
- Liaison will confirm if any deferred applicants have already created accounts in the new CASPA cycle and initiate the re-application process as appropriate.
- A quality check will be completed on the applicants’ data
The following data will carry forward:
- Personal Information
- Biographic Information
- Citizenship Information
- Contact Information
- Race & Ethnicity
- Family Information
- Other Information
- Academic History
- Standardized Tests
- Colleges Attended
- High Schools Attended
- Continuing Education Courses
- Supporting Information
The following data will not be carried forward:
- Any CASPA-created “Custom Question” or “Custom Question Block”, such as the Influences section
- Any Program Materials information (e.g. Questions, Documents, Prerequisites, etc)
- Any Document uploads or Evaluations
- The CASPA Personal Statement
Students deferred by this process will have the following indicators in WebAdMIT:
- Verification status will be “Unverified”
- Application status will be “Manual”
Once deferred, schools can assign these students a Local Status which is mapped to the Designations by Decision Code= Matriculated.
For any questions, please contact the WebAdMIT Support team available Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM ET at 857-304-2020 or via email at email@example.com.
Erika Brooks: Application Services Manager, PAEA
Karen Jacobs: VP, Account Management, Liaison International
Jessica Scholz: Senior Manager, Client Success & Support, Liaison International
CASPA Final Action Decision Guide
The Final Action Decision Guide is designed to help you navigate the process of reporting final action decisions for applicants into WebAdMIT within fourteen (14) calendar days after the matriculation of a class.