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Abilene Christian University
Abilene Christian University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Abilene TX  
Adams State University
Adams State University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Alamosa CO  
Adelphi University
Adelphi University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Garden City NY  
Adrian College
Adrian College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Adrian MI  
Agnes Scott College
Agnes Scott College DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Decatur GA  
Alabama State University
Alabama State University DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
**SAT/ACT used only for placement and/or academic advising
Montgomery AL  
Albany State University
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Albany GA  
Albion College
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Albion MI  
Albright College
Albright College DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Reading PA  
Alcorn State University
Alcorn State University DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
**SAT/ACT used only for placement and/or academic advising
**SAT/ACT considered only when minimum GPA and/or class rank is not met
Lorman MS  
Alderson Broaddus University
Alderson Broaddus University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Philippi WV  
Allan Hancock College
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Santa Maria CA  
Allegheny College
Allegheny College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Meadville PA  
Allen Community College
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Iola KS  
Allen University
Allen University DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Columbia SC  
Alma College
Alma College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Alma MI  
Alverno College
Alverno College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Milwaukee WI  
Alvin Community College
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Alvin TX  
American River College
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Sacramento CA  
American University
American University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Washington DC  
Amherst College
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Amherst MA  
Ancilla College
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Donaldson IN  
Anderson University
Anderson University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Anderson IN  
Anderson University
Anderson University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Anderson SC  
Andrew College
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Cuthbert GA  

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