Matthew Hyde, assistant vice-president of enrollment and dean of admissions, spoke to WFMZ-TV about how the college admissions process is evolving due to COVID-19.

With standardized tests like SAT and ACT being postponed or cancelled and some high schools giving pass/fail grades, Hyde spoke about how the admissions process will need to adapt for students enrolling in fall 2021.

“We’ve had to evolve,” he said. “We acknowledge now that when we are creating opportunities … we are more accessible to more students and families from around the world.”



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