Recruitment and Admissions Management
Landscape provides consistent high school and neighborhood information for all applicants to help admissions officers fully consider every student, no matter where they live.
What is Landscape?
Landscape is a free, comprehensive resource that provides consistent high school and neighborhood information so admissions officers can fairly consider each student within the context of where they've learned and lived.
Tool for Undergraduate Admissions
Colleges consider many things when reviewing an applicant, including their GPA, personal essay, letters of recommendation, test scores, and more. They also consider what students achieved in the context of where they’ve learned and lived. Review frequently asked questions about Landscape to help you better understand how this tool is used for undergraduate admissions.
What is in Landscape?
The information in Landscape is not student-specific, it is general information about where a student lives and learns.
Use these resources to get more detailed information about Landscape and how to use it effectively.
Current Landscape Users
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