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After standardized testing dates were canceled due to the spread of coronavirus, the University System of Georgia approved first-year admissions without SAT/ACT scores.

STATESBORO — First-year students applying for Georgia Southern University's summer and fall semesters this year will not need an SAT or ACT score for admission.

So long as applicants have a sufficiently high GPA, they can be admitted to the university, according to a GS press release.

College Board, the organization that owns the SAT, has canceled test dates due to the spread of COVID-19, and the ACT has rescheduled test dates.

The omission of the SAT/ACT requirement was authorized by the University System of Georgia, according to the press release, and students will need to meet all other admission requirements.

For more information about undergraduate admissions at GS, follow this link.

Blakeley Bartee, The George-Anne Editor-in-Chief, gaeditor@georgiasouthern.edu

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