Students who plan to attend a four-year non-profit college in Alaska have just five options from which to choose. All but Alaska Pacific University have open admissions (note that open admissions does not mean that everyone gets in -- you'll need to meet certain grade and course credit requirements). The table below shows ACT scores for the middle 50% of matriculated students at Alaska Pacific, and you can also click through to get more information about open admissions. If you click on a school's name, you'll go to a profile with information about costs, financial aid, graduation rates, and more.
Note that the SAT is more popular than the ACT in Alaska, but all the schools will accept either exam.
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data from the National Center for Educational Statistics
|ACT Scores for Alaska Colleges (mid 50%)
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|Alaska Bible College||open-admissions|
|Alaska Pacific University||15||23||15||22||15||25|
|University of Alaska Anchorage||open-admissions|
|University of Alaska Fairbanks||open-admissions|
|University of Alaska Southeast||open-admissions|
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