Four colleges drop SAT and ACT requirements from admission

SocratesPost is always on the frontlines scouring the news for relevant updates in the college admissions landscape. We look for anything that can help shape our understanding of the latest trends in admissions and help our readers see the direction in which we’re moving.

Questions we explored this week:

  • A college student committed suicide and the courts found the college responsible. What happened?
  • Four more colleges just removed test scores from admission requirements. What are they saying about SATs and ACTs now?
  • College kids’ use of this drug is at the highest level seen in almost 40 years. Which one is it and why?

September 4, 2019 — Iowa State slashed psych care services and let psych students practice counseling
An Iowa State junior committed suicide in 2015. His family was awarded $315k after the university...

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