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NKU eliminating ACT, SAT standardized testing requirements for most


The university announced Friday that it will be making significant changes to its admissions process, which includes eliminating ACT and SAT test requirements for many students applying for the fall 2021 semester.

Freshman applicants with an unweighted 2.75 or greater high school GPA will be automatically admitted to NKU without submitting standardized test scores. Applicants with an unweighted GPA lower than 2.75 will need to submit ACT or SAT scores as part of the admissions application, officials with the university said.