The University of Central Oklahoma said Wednesday it will waive ACT and SAT requirements for 2021 first-year undergraduate applicants.
The waiver will apply to U.S. and international applicants.
UCO said it is waiving the requirements due to the unforeseen lack of testing opportunities presented by COVID-19 this year.
For students who wish to be considered for admissions without a test score, the university said they must "indicate on their application that they were unable to take the ACT or SAT due to COVID-19."
Applicants can then apply with a high school transcript and an unweighted 2.7 high school grade point average.