Sep 24

University of Chicago to Stop requiring ACT and SAT Scores for Prospective Undergraduates

09 / 24 / 18

A growing number, including DePaul University, have opted to stop requiring the SAT and ACT in their admissions process, saying the tests place an unfair cost and burden on low-income and minority students, and ultimately hinder efforts to broaden diversity on campus. But the trend has escaped the nation’s most selective universities.

Until now. Read more here.