Old Dominion Will Let Some Applicants Skip SAT, ACT

June 17, 2014

Old Dominion University will for a two-year pilot let those who have earned a 3.3 grade-point average in high school apply without submitting SAT or ACT scores, which have until now been required of all applicants. Ellen Neufeldt, vice president for student engagement and enrollment services, said that hope was to attract more economically diverse students. “We want to have the best level playing field for all our students. We want to make sure they are successful,” Neufeldt said.


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