Dropping Test Requirements for Graduate School Admissions

January 11, 2018

Questioner: Anonymous

Posed to: Radha Pyati, President Faculty Association, UNF President John Delaney

This past year the Coggin College of Business dropped existing requirements that students submit GMAT or GRE test scores for admission to the MBA program. This direction began after the new Dean’s arrival. Faculty were then asked to vote to keep the lower standards based on the promise of growing enrollments leading to more resources. Test requirements were also dropped from the MAcc program. Are the other Deans going to follow the path taken by the business school? If so, what implications do they foresee for their programs, their colleges, and the university?

Refer to Response by Dean Dawkins: 

Admissions Standards for MBA