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Update to SAT and ACT Score Submission Policy

Husson University no longer requires the submission of SAT or ACT scores to apply for undergraduate admission with the following exceptions:

  • Applicants to the Nursing program
  • Applicants to the undergraduate direct entry into Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, or Physical Therapy program
  • Home-Schooled applicants

Q: How will Husson University know if I want my test scores included as part of my application for admission?
A: On the Husson University Common Application you’ll find a question asking for your selection of your “preferred testing plan.” The question states:

Husson does not require submission of SAT or ACT scores to apply for admission with the exception of applicants applying to the nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physical therapy direct entry programs and homeschooled applicants. You can submit your scores if you choose to. Do you plan to submit your SAT/ACT scores?

 

If you will be submitting your test scores select:

  • Yes, I would like my SAT/ACT scores to be considered as part of my application. I understand that my application will not be reviewed until official test scores are received.

 

If you don’t plan to submit your test scores and you are not applying to nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy programs or are not a homeschool student please select the following answer:

  • No, I do not want my SAT/ACT scores to be considered as part of my application.


Q:  If I chose not to share my standardized test scores are there additional requirements?
A: There are no additional admission requirements if you choose not to submit test scores.

Q: What if my test scores have already been sent to Husson?
A: If your answer to the preferred testing plan question was that you do not wish to have your test scores included, they will not be considered as part of your application review.

Q: Can I change my mind after I submit my application?
A: You cannot change whether you are applying test-optional or submitting your standardized test scores once your application is submitted. 

Q: How do I know if I should submit my test scores?
A: The choice of whether to submit your standardized test scores is yours. Consider the following when making your decision:

  • Do the test scores accurately reflect my academic abilities?
  • Does my high school GPA accurately reflect my academic abilities?
  • How do I feel about the test scores?

Husson University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, citizenship, or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates. The University operates its programs so that, when viewed as a whole, they are accessible to handicapped persons. It is Husson's policy to ensure that no qualified student with a disability is denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or otherwise subjected to discrimination in any University program or activity.

**Due to the competitive nature of some of our programs such as Nursing and Physical Therapy, our preferred application deadline is January 1st.  After this date, admission is based on a rolling/space available basis.**