The following list is dynamic so please check back regularly. These are schools that, in response to the COVID-19 crisis are adjusting their application requirements for 2021 grads. There are also several cases where schools are “piloting” test optional for up to 3 years. Tufts University in Boston stands out as one of the more competitive schools doing that.

Albion College (Michigan)
Alma College (Michigan) – previously test-optional only for applicants 
with HSGPA of 2.75 or higher
Bismarck State College (South Dakota)
Cottey College (Missouri)
Franklin College (Indiana)
Indiana University Southeast (other Indiana University campuses are 
test-optional)
Indiana Wesleyan University (Indiana)
Iowa Wesleyan University (Iowa)
Limestone College (South Carolina)
Lock Haven University (New York)
Longwood University (Virginia)
Mansfield University (Pennsylvania)
Mercer University (New Jersey)
Midway University (Kentucky)
Millersvile University (Pennsylvania – previously test-optional only for 
local applicants)
Newberry College (South Carolina)
Northern Kentucky University
Saint Vincent College (Pennsylvania)
St. Thomas Aquinas College (New York)
St. Thomas University (Florida)
Schreiner University (Texas)
Southwest Baptist University (Missouri)
University of Dayton (Ohio)
University of Mount Union (Ohio)
University of Nevada – Reno
University of North Dakota – Grand Forks
University System of Georgia (all public campuses except Georgia Tech 
and UGa)
University of Virginia – Wise
Washington State University Vancouver
Westminster College (Pennsylvania)

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