Announcing New CLT Partner Colleges
By Jeremy Tate
CLT has experienced massive growth in college adoptions and test takers this year.
This year, CLT has seen a surge in college adoptions. As CLT is hitting record numbers of test takers, more and more colleges and universities are looking at CLT students to not only grow their enrollment, but to improve campus life and culture. These college adoptions also demonstrate the national growth of CLT, with over a dozen states represented.
Here is a list of colleges and universities that have fully partnered with CLT this year:
St. Olaf College
Colorado Christian University
Oklahoma Christian University
Missouri Baptist University
Southwestern Christian University
California Baptist University
Spring Arbor University
Concordia University Chicago
Williams Baptist University
Sweet Briar College
Concordia University – Nebraska
Anderson University (Indiana)
Emmaus Bible College
Southwest Baptist University
While many colleges and universities have switched to test optional this year, there are two important things to consider: first, you should always speak with your admissions counselor. If you are a homeschool or international student, you will likely still need to take a standardized test. Second, because of COVID-19, many colleges and universities, including public schools, will consider CLT scores even if they haven’t fully partnered with CLT. Contact us to learn more or reach out to your admissions counselor.
You can always share your CLT scores with any college or university of your choice. Even if a college hasn’t formally partnered with CLT, most will still consider a CLT score for admission. CLT scores can help you stand out in the admissions process, or even earn you additional scholarships!
Background image: St. Olaf College, MN