Undergraduate Admission Assessment and Counseling Tests


SAT or ACT results are not required for admission purposes. 

SAT or ACT scores may be used for merit scholarship consideration and institutional research. CMU will super score multiple test scores for scholarship determination. SAT or ACT test results may be used as an aid in course placement. 

Prospective students are encouraged to take the SAT or ACT during their high school junior or senior year. Transfer students with less than 25 credit hours earned after high school are encouraged to have their SAT or ACT scores on file in the Admissions Office prior to registration. 

Assessment and Evaluation After Enrollment

Students may be required to participate in testing and other programs necessary for evaluation and assessment purposes. Please see the Learning Progress Evaluation section under General Undergraduate Academic Policies.