ApplyAlly Announces Launch

Lauren Williams's picture
Friday, March 22, 2013

ApplyAlly announced the Q2 2013 launch of its social network geared toward prospective college students as well as academic institutions. ApplyAlly allows prospective students to search for and interact with schools they might be interested in attending, and it allows college admissions professionals access to student data and analytical tools to understand that data, providing a complete picture of each individual student. 

"Our experience in the technology industry has enabled us to develop a patent-pending technology that gives us insight into a student's true personality," said a representative for ApplyAlly. "With this data, we're able to match students with schools which will truly suit them, as well as a new way to interact with those schools. Additionally, we've built exceptional tools for the schools themselves. The college admissions process is antiquated. ApplyAlly brings it into the 21st century."

Students are able to sign up now to get on the list to be the first to use ApplyAlly. The company has also begun establishing pilot partnerships with U.S. colleges and universities. Interested institutions may contact ApplyAlly directly for more information.

About ApplyAlly: ApplyAlly is reinventing the college admissions process, providing an innovative social network to prospective students as well as individually designed data and analytical tools to academic institutions