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Personal Information

You can activate and deactivate the Personal Information sections available in the Applicant Portal here. Select which tiles you want to have available; any inactive tiles are grouped at the bottom. You can reorder the tiles by dragging and dropping.

Once you've selected the active tiles, you can further customize them by clicking their names in the Menu Bar.

Custom Tile

You can add a custom tile, unique to the CAS and cycle.

  1. Click Add Tile
  2. Enter the name.
  3. Click Save.

Release Statement

To edit the tile name:

  1. Click the edit icon.
  2. Enter the new name.
  3. Click the check icon.

To edit the instructional text for this tile:

  1. Click the edit icon.
  2. Enter your text. You can use the formatting options to further customize your text.
  3. Click Save.

You can view the existing question blocks and can reorder them by dragging and dropping.

Add Release Statements

In this section, you can create several release types in the Applicant Portal, including pre-submission, advisor, and custom release statements. Note that you can only add one of each release type.

  1. Click Add Question Block.
  2. Enter the question block title.
  3. Select the release type:
    • Presubmission Release: applicants can choose if their information can be shared with schools in WebAdMIT before they submit their application.
    • Advisor Release: applicants can choose if their information can be shared with NAAHP advisors in the Universal Advisor Portal (UAP).
    • Release Statement: applicants must confirm if all information is true and accurate before they can submit their application. Usually, an association has standard language around this.
    • Custom: a custom release statement configured by the CAS and association.
  4. Enter your instructions. You can use the formatting options to further customize your text.
  5. Click Save & Add Questions.
  6. Enter the question text.
  7. Select if the question is required.
  8. Select the answer type. Note that Presubmission Release, Advisor Release, and Release Statement release types only have the Multiple Choice and Either/Or answer type options. The Custom release type has all answer type options available.
    • Multiple Choice: questions can be single or multiple answers. Single answer questions appear as drop-downs for applicants to select from. Applicants can choose only one response. Multiple answer questions appear with checkboxes for applicants to select. Applicants can choose one or more responses.
      1. Select the input type.
      2. Enter the answer option values. You can choose to enter export codes, where you create codes to pair with the answers.
      3. Click Add Option to add additional options, if necessary. Click the delete icon to remove any answers.
    • Essay: questions appear with a text box where applicants can type their response.
      • Enter the maximum characters an applicant can enter. This includes spaces and punctuation.
    • Either/Or: questions appear with radio buttons where applicants can choose from two responses.
      • Enter the answer option values. You can choose to enter export codes, where you create codes to pair with the answers.
    • Section Text Box: A block of instructional text that you can insert to provide applicants with additional information. This is not an actual question, so applicants can't enter a response. We recommend only using this option if you have a very specific use case.
    • Date: questions appear with a text box where applicants must enter their response in date format via a calendar picker.
    • Numeric: questions appear with a text box where applicants must enter a number.
      1. Enter the maximum number of characters (not including decimal points).
      2. Select if numbers over 999 will automatically be formatted with proper commas.
      3. Enter the number of decimal places.
  9. Click Add Another Question. If finished, click Save & Close.

Once your question block is added, you can:

  • Edit it by clicking Edit.
  • Add additional questions by clicking Add Question.
  • Delete it by clicking Delete. If you delete a question set, all questions under that question set are also deleted. 
  • Minimize its questions by clicking the arrow.
  • Reorder your question sets by dragging and dropping.

Once your question is added, you can:

  • Edit it by clicking the edit icon.
  • Delete it by clicking the trash icon.
  • Reorder your questions within and across custom question blocks by dragging and dropping.

Other Sections

To edit the tile name:

  1. Click the edit icon.
  2. Enter the new name.
  3. Click the checkmark icon.

If you want to edit the instructional text to this tile:

  1. Click the edit icon.
  2. Enter your text. You can use the formatting options to further customize your text.
  3. Click Save.

You can view the existing question blocks. Select which question blocks you want to have active. You can reorder them by dragging and dropping.

Add Question Block and Questions

You can also add custom question blocks and questions.

  1. Click Add Question Block.
  2. Enter the question block title.
  3. Enter your instructions. You can use the formatting options to further customize your text.
  4. Click Save & Add Questions.
  5. Enter the question text.
  6. Select if the question is required.
  7. Select the answer type.
    • Multiple Choice: questions can be single or multiple answers. Single answer questions appear as drop-downs for applicants to select from. Applicants can choose only one response. Multiple answer questions appear with checkboxes for applicants to select. Applicants can choose one or more responses.
      1. Select the input type.
      2. Enter the answer option values. You can choose to enter export codes, where you create codes to pair with the answers.
      3. Click Add Option to add additional options, if necessary. Click the delete icon to remove any answers.
    • Essay: questions appear with a text box where applicants can type their response.
      • Enter the maximum characters an applicant can enter. This includes spaces and punctuation.
    • Either/Or: questions appear with radio buttons where applicants can choose from two responses.
      • Enter the answer option values. You can choose to enter export codes, where you create codes to pair with the answers.
    • Section Text Box: A block of instructional text that you can insert to provide applicants with additional information. This is not an actual question, so applicants can't enter a response. We recommend only using this option if you have a very specific use case.
    • Date: questions appear with a text box where applicants must enter their response in date format via a calendar picker.
    • Numeric: questions appear with a text box where applicants must enter a number.
      1. Enter the maximum number of characters (not including decimal points).
      2. Select if numbers over 999 will automatically be formatted with proper commas.
      3. Enter the number of decimal places.
  8. Click Add Another Question. If finished, click Save & Close.

Once your question block is added, you can:

  • Edit it by clicking Edit.
  • Add additional questions by clicking Add Question.
  • Delete it by clicking Delete. If you delete a question set, all questions under that question set are also deleted. 
  • Minimize its questions by clicking the arrow.
  • Reorder your question sets by dragging and dropping.

Once your question is added, you can:

  • Edit it by clicking the edit icon.
  • Delete it by clicking the trash icon.
  • Reorder your questions within and across custom question blocks by dragging and dropping.
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