MORROW — Clayton State University is waiving the SAT and ACT scores for first-year students with a sufficiently high GPA who are admitted for the summer and fall 2020 semesters. The move was prompted by the impact of COVID-19 and was authorized by the University System of Georgia.
The College Board, the not-for-profit organization that administers both college entrance exams, recently announced it was suspending all upcoming SAT and ACT testing dates.
“Our goal is to support individuals considering Clayton State University for summer and fall admissions. During this time prospective students do not need to be worried about an extra layer to the admission’s application,” said Dr. Stephen Schultheis, vice president for Enrollment Management. “We’re going to be evaluating applicants on their GPAs and supporting admitted students throughout the enrollment process. We are here for them and eager to support their goals of attaining a college degree.”
The application deadline for summer enrollment at Clayton State is April 15. For fall enrollment, the deadline is July 15. Prospective students that seek enrollment assistance can visit https://www.clayton.edu/admissions/undergraduate/.