Loyola New Orleans Goes Test Blind on Admissions

May 7, 2020

Loyola University New Orleans announced Wednesday that it has gone test blind, meaning that it will not consider SAT or ACT scores in the admissions process.

That differs from test optional, in which those applicants who submit test scores have them considered. Hundreds of colleges have gone test optional, many of them in the last two months, citing the COVID-19 pandemic. But very few colleges -- including Hampshire College and Northern Illinois University -- have gone test blind.

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