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Liaison Unveils Searchable Database of Education Programs

A new website includes articles, profiles and other information on institutions and educational programs to help prospective undergraduate and graduate students chart their course through school to their job of choice.

Rows of graduates in red gowns and caps.
Competency-based education programs let students move through an online course at their own pace.
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A new website launched by the higher-ed technology company Liaison aims to help prospective undergraduate and graduate students research educational and career paths.

According to a recent news release, the website, dubbed MyLiason, is a searchable database that allows users to choose and apply to postsecondary educational programs of their choice. The announcement said the website features articles and detailed profiles of educational institutions, and its search function tailors results according to the latest online search trends.

“We are addressing the core needs of prospective undergraduate and graduate students by offering rich, data-driven insights into individual schools, career exploration, and direct application pathways,” Stephen Taylor, vice president of graduate enrollment strategy at Liaison, said in a public statement. “This platform will empower students to make informed decisions that align with their academic and career aspirations.”

According to the announcement, the website is intended to address enrollment declines across the U.S. colleges and universities by making it easier for prospective students to find ones that fit their needs. It said the website can do this by encouraging students to apply for postsecondary education and career training programs.

“We are enhancing our market position and supporting the professions served by our participating institutions,” Taylor said. “This launch is a commitment to the future of education and employment.”