Applicants May Now Self-Report ACT and SAT Test Scores

Beginning with this current admissions cycle (for students applying for Fall 2018 admission), applicants to Columbia College and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science can provide self-reported ACT and SAT test scores. Only admitted students who choose to enroll at Columbia must have their official scores sent by the testing agency.

You are able to self-report your ACT and SAT scores in one of two ways:

  • Input your scores in the testing section of either the Common Application or the Coalition Application. 
  • Update your scores after you apply on your Columbia application status page. 

We are also able to accept score reports directly from your school via email, fax or mail, if school policy allows.

Please note that our office will verify scores for all enrolling students, and any discrepancies between official and self-reported scores may jeopardize a student's place in the class.

You may take standardized tests as late as November for Early Decision and January for Regular Decision. Please feel free to read more about our standardized testing policies or contact us with any questions or concerns at 212-854-2522 or ugrad-ask@columbia.edu.