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College Drops Test To Increase 'Diversity' On Campus

Jeff Katz
September 04, 2019 - 1:56 pm
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Colorado College announced last week that it will be dropping SAT and ACT scores from its list of requirements for admission to "increase diversity of its student body."

According to a press release, the school will no longer require standardized testing scores for admission. Prior to the announcement, every applicant was required to submit either an SAT or ACT score to qualify for admission. Now, students may apply with only their high school transcript.

Colorado College believes dropping SAT and ACT scores will "increase the diversity of its student body."

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