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    Exporting Report from NAVIANCE, SCOIR, or CIALFO for use in College Kickstart

    Currently, College Kickstart enables counselors to import reports from Naviance, Cialfo, Maia Learning, and SCOIR.

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    Naviance

    In Naviance, open the REPORTS by clicking on the ANALYTICS->REPORTS menu:

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    You will see the APPLICATION BY COLLEGE report if you scroll down in the section COLLEGE REPORTS:

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    Just click the VIEW link to view and download a CSV file.

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    The report will have the following required fields:

    • Class
    • Student
    • College
    • GPA or WGPA
    • High SAT 1600
    • High ACT
    • Type
    • Result
    • WL
    • Defer
    • Attending

     

    Cialfo

    In Cialfo, the Reports section can be opened from the left menu in your account:

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    On the "APPLICATION BY COLLEGE" report select the years and click the RUN button. When the report is ready to download the DOWNLOAD button will be enabled and you will be able to download

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    The report will contain the following required fields:

    • Class Year
    • Cialfo User ID
    • College Name
    • Unweighted GPA 4.0 or Weighted GPA 5.0
    • High SAT 1600
    • High ACT
    • Application Round
    • Result

    SCOIR

    To access SCOIR's reporting tools, go to the REPORTS tab in the main menu and run the APPLICATION AND OUTCOMES report.

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    To filter and select a specific year range, click the FILTERS button on the left hand side of the browser.

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    Once you’re finished filtering your data and its sort order, you can save a copy for offline use by clicking Download CSV for an editable table.

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    The report will contain the following required fields:

    • Class Year
    • Student_ID_HS
    • College Name
    • GPA or GPA W
    • SAT
    • ACT
    • Application Type
    • Application Outcome
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