November 17, 2017
Stevenson University announced today the university will now allow students to self report their ACT or SAT scores for admission and scholarship consideration.
Students may self report their test scores by filling the scores in themselves on their application or sending admissions a photo screenshot of their test scores. The university will not require official test scores until students who are admitted decide to enroll at Stevenson.
“We’re excited to announce the new change to our admission policies as it will provide cost savings for the applicant and simplify the admissions process,” said Kelly Farmer, Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Admissions. “Allowing self-reported scores is one way we can make the sometimes complex and stressful college admissions process a bit more streamlined for Stevenson applicants.”
Self-reported scores will also allow admission counselors to receive scores faster making it easier for students to meet Stevenson scholarship deadlines.