Colleges That Accept 18 Act Score
Agnes Scott College
Agnes Scott College is a private liberal arts college for women in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1890 as Decatur Baptist Seminary by Calvinist preacher Frank M. Gilreath and his wife Harriet Pannill Gilreath, it was named for their late daughter Agnes Moffett Gilreath. In 1892 the seminary moved to its present location on 60 acres (24 ha) at the southeast corner of South McDonough Street and East College Avenue. The original school structures were designed by Edward T. Peeples who modeled them after Mount Holyoke Female Seminary (now Mount Holyoke College).
The main administration building was built before 1940 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Gilreath Hall. It has been renovated several times since then with most recent renovations between 2012-2014.
Albright College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college located in Reading, Pennsylvania. The college was founded in 1856 by the Albright brothers, John L. Albright, a Presbyterian minister, and Joseph S. Albright, a wealthy industrialist and philanthropist.
The school’s original name was “Paxton Seminary”, but it quickly became “Albright Seminary.” This change occurred after Dr. John Leland offered to pay for part of the construction costs of the building if it would be named after his father-in-law Jacob Wistar Albright; he also offered to pay for more than half of its operating costs if it could bear his name as well.
American University is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational research university in Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1893 by a group of prominent Americans including John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie. The university is organized into seven undergraduate colleges and schools to provide an academic setting for its students who are taught by top-notch professors from around the world.
There are many different majors you can choose from at American University; however, if you want to attend this prestigious school then your GED scores will probably not be enough to get you accepted! In order to apply for acceptance at American University you must have high ACT scores along with excellent GPA’s on your transcript as well as extracurricular activities like sports teams or clubs that show leadership qualities within yourself such as getting involved in activities where other people will look up towards them as role models whether they realize it or not!
American International College
American International College is a private, co-educational, four-year college located in Springfield, Massachusetts. The school was founded in 1885 as the American International Institute by local businessman Myron Holley. The institute opened its doors to students in 1886 and changed its name to American International College in 1928. It has since grown into an internationally recognized institution that offers more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree programs across nine schools: Business Administration; Humanities & Social Sciences; Nursing; Science & Technology; Health Professions & Community Service; Education; Fine Arts & Dance Performance Studies; Music Performance Studies; Sports Management
Anderson University, South Carolina
Anderson University is a private liberal arts university located in Anderson, South Carolina. The school was founded in 1911 by the Free Will Baptist Convention, but today it serves students of all religious affiliations.
The university has an acceptance rate of just 35% and an 18 act score average of 17-20 (middle 50th percentile).
Anderson University, Indiana
- Anderson University is a private, Christian liberal arts college located in Anderson, Indiana. Founded in 1917 by the Church of God (Anderson), it serves students from over 35 states and 18 countries. The university has a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,964, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 168 acres.
- For admission information such as application requirements and deadlines please visit www.andersonuniversity.edu
Asbury University is a private Christian university located in Wilmore, Kentucky. Asbury University is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church. It was founded on November 10, 1890 but did not become an accredited institution of higher learning until June 8, 1965 when it received its charter from the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Asbury University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,839, its setting is suburban and the campus size is 210 acres. In order to apply to Asbury University you must submit either an ACT or SAT score as part of your application package unless you have graduated high school within the last year. The minimum test scores for admission are:
- ACT Composite: 21
- SAT Combined Critical Reading & Math Score (out of 800): 540-610
Auburn University, Montgomery
- Auburn University, Montgomery is a public university in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. It is a branch of Auburn University and a member of the Auburn University System.
- The university offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees through its seven colleges: the College of Business Administration; College of Education; College of Liberal Arts; College of Nursing and Health Professions; College of Science and Engineering; Honors Program (for high-achieving students); School for Professional and Continuing Education (offers noncredit instruction).
- Undergraduate programs include art history/studies(BA), biology (BA), business administration(BSBA), chemistry(BS), communications studies(BA), computer science (BSCS), creative writing (MFA), dance minor only option available in the Department Of Communication Studies & Theatre Arts within their Bachelor’s Degree program–a concentration specifically focused on Dance Studies., education specialist certification only option available within their Bachelor’s Degree program–a concentration specifically focused on Special Education with an emphasis on Deafness & Hearing Loss., English literature minor only option available within their Bachelor’s Degree program–a concentration specifically focused on Creative Writing., finance major only option available within their Bachelor’s Degree program–a concentration specifically focused on Financial Management., history major only option available within their Bachelor’s Degree program–a concentration specifically focused on History .
Austin Peay State University
Austin Peay State University is a public university in Clarksville, Tennessee, United States. Founded in 1909, it is the oldest state-supported university in the state. The university serves as the primary resource for talent development and knowledge transfer in an effort to enhance economic development opportunities throughout the region.
The institution’s name honors Austin Peay (1824-1891), a member of the U.S. Senate who was instrumental in bringing higher education to Tennessee during a time when it was not nearly as widespread as it is today; he served from 1885 until his death from pneumonia on January 1, 1891. Though originally established as an agricultural school with an emphasis on manual training rather than academic pursuits, modern APSU has evolved into one of three regional universities within The University System of Eastern Tennessee along with East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and Chattanooga State Community College
Ball State University
Ball State University
Ball State University is a public research university located in Muncie, Indiana, United States. It is the main campus of the Ball State University system, which also has two regional campuses (one in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and one in the former General Motors plant in Kokomo). The university was founded as an agricultural school – one of 21 land-grant institutions established under the Morrill Act of 1862 – but has grown into a full-fledged research institution.
Belmont Abbey College
- Belmont Abbey College is a private liberal arts college located in Belmont, North Carolina.
- Belmont Abbey College is a Catholic college.
- Belmont Abbey College was founded in 1876 as a Catholic college for men and women, but has been coeducational since 2003. It was the first coeducational Catholic college in the world!
Bethel College, Indiana
Bethel College is a private, Christian liberal arts college located in Mishawaka, Indiana, United States. Bethel College was founded in 1887 by the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America.
Bethel College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Biola University is a private Christian university in La Mirada, California. Biola is the largest Christian university in the world.
Biola has more than 6,200 students, including more than 4,200 undergraduate students and more than 1,200 graduate students.
Bowie State University
Bowie State University is a public university located in Bowie, Maryland. It is part of the University System of Maryland and is a historically black college.
Brenau University is a private, coeducational university in Gainesville, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1878, Brenau has an undergraduate enrollment of 2,100 and a graduate enrollment of 1,000.
Located 40 miles from Atlanta and 50 miles from Athens-Clarke County Georgia, Brenau University is at the heart of the Piedmont Triad region – home to over 1 million people. This thriving urban area stretches across three counties – Forsyth in North Carolina; Davidson County North Carolina; Yadkin County North Carolina; Guilford County North Carolina; Alamance County North Carolina; Randolph County North Carolina; Rockingham County Virginia; Caswell County Virginia and Stokes County North Carolina
Buena Vista University
Buena Vista University is a private, coeducational institution of higher learning located in Storm Lake, Iowa. The university was established in 1894 as the first coeducational college in the state of Iowa and it is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). It is affiliated with the Reformed Church in America, which mandates that its member schools require students to attend chapel at least once a week.
Buena Vista has over 1,600 students enrolled on its main campus and has satellite campuses throughout Iowa including Mason City and Ames. The school offers 36 majors across four divisions: Arts & Sciences; Business; Education & Human Services; Music & Fine Arts.
Butler University is a private university located in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was founded as Butler College by Methodist leaders and renamed after founder Ovid Butler in 1855. Though it has been non-denominational since the 1930s, it retains close ties with the United Methodist Church and its seminary (the Central Christian College of Kansas).
The school’s sports teams participate in NCAA Division I athletics as part of the Big East Conference.
California Baptist University
California Baptist University is a private, co-educational university located in Riverside, California. Established in 1950 as the Baptist General Conference School of Nursing, the university was known as California Baptist College from 1953 to 1997. California Baptist University received full accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in 1980 and from WASC’s successor agency, the Senior College and University Commission (SCUC), which renamed itself to its current name: Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
The school is associated with the Southern Baptist Convention and offers bachelor’s degrees through graduate level studies on campus or online. CBU has enrollment of over 6,400 students and currently has over 100 student clubs/organizations.
- You can take the ACT test as many times as you like.
- The ACT test is not required for admission to any college or university.