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Nation's largest four-year university system drops SAT, ACT from admission requirements


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The Hill

California State University, the nation's largest four-year university system, announced Wednesday that its board of trustees voted to drop ACT and SAT testing requirements from its admission requirements.

The California university system had already dropped standardized testing requirements for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 academic years, citing the COVID-19 pandemic and its desire to avoid harming students interested in applying for admission.

“This decision aligns with the California State University's continued efforts to level the playing field and provide greater access to a high-quality college degree for students from all backgrounds," Acting Chancellor Steve Relyea said in a statement.:snip:

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