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Complete List: Colleges That Require SAT Subject Tests

Posted by Rebecca Safier | Aug 9, 2020 2:30:00 PM

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Does applying to college make you feel like you're trying to walk through a door but don't yet have the keys? To gain access, first you need to understand exactly what the colleges you're interested in require. This can be tricky with the SAT Subject Tests, as different colleges have different policies.

We've compiled a comprehensive list of all the colleges that require SAT Subject Tests, along with others that recommend or consider them as part of your application. As policies are continually changing, always double-check with the school about their standardized testing requirements. Let us know in the comments if we need to make any updates!


Update: SAT Subject Tests Ending

In January 2021, the College Board announced that effective immediately, no further SAT Subject Tests will be offered in the United States (and that SAT Subject Tests will only be offered internationally only through June 2021). While anyone who signed up for the May and June SAT Subject Tests in the US will be refunded, many students are understandably confused about why this announcement happened midyear and what this means for college applications going forward.

Read more about the details of what the end of SAT Subject Tests means for you and your college apps here.


Because our list is comprehensive and definitive, this page is pretty long. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom to read our tips on which SAT Subject Tests you should take and other strategies.


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Colleges That Require SAT Subject Tests

This chart shows the standardized testing policies for 2020/2021. We've marked four policies towards the Subject Tests: required, recommended, considered, and alternative. (We've also included relevant updates to policy changes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.)

  • Required means you have to take the SAT Subject Tests. In a few cases, as you'll see, colleges will accept the ACT in lieu of the Subject Tests. Some colleges require one subject test, while other colleges (typically those that are more selective) require two.

  • Recommended is a little vague, as it leaves the decision up to you whether or not to send SAT Subject Test scores. If you can achieve high scores or want to make up for a low SAT score, then it's a good idea to send Subject Test scores to these schools. If your scores are low and will look like an outlier on your application, you might be better served not sending them. In most of these cases, though, colleges will likely appreciate that you took on the extra challenge and can demonstrate subject mastery.

  • Considered means that the colleges do not necessarily expect your SAT Subject Test scores, but they will factor them in if you decide to send them. If you have a real interest in a particular subject or it's connected to your future academic and/or professional goals, then it may enhance your application to send a (strong) Subject Test score.

  • Alternative means that colleges have unique policies that may be test flexible. For more on this, check out the full list of test optional and test flexible schools here.


Furthermore, some schools accept the ACT + Writing in lieu of the SAT and Subject Tests. In other words, you can submit the SAT + two Subject Tests or the ACT + Writing. We've indicated that in the 3rd column below.

We've sorted the list alphabetically for your convenience. Find all your schools of interest, and scroll down to the end to read our tips on SAT Subject Tests.

College Category ACT in Lieu of SAT and Subject Tests? Policy
Amherst College Considered (suspended for 2020/2021 admission cycle)   For 2020/2021 admissions cycle: SAT Subject Tests will not be considered as part of the evaluation of any applicant's academic record.
Boston College Considered   SAT II Subject Tests are optional. If you would like to highlight a talent in a specific area, you are welcome to submit SAT Subject Tests for consideration with your application. Subject Tests, particularly in foreign languages and the sciences, may be used for placement during the first year.
Bowdoin College Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Brown University Considered   If submitted, Subject Tests will be considered as part of your application. Students who have not taken the Subject Tests will be at no disadvantage in Brown's admission process.
Bucknell University Considered   Students may submit their SAT Subject Test scores as supplemental information to their application. Bucknell does recommend the test in foreign language for any student planning to enroll in foreign language coursework.
California Institute of Technology Considered   Caltech recently dropped its requirement of 2 subject tests and now only considers them.
Carleton College Considered   Applicants may submit the results of their SAT subject tests. "We have found these tests valuable aids in the assessment of the quality of student achievement in a wide variety of secondary school programs. It has been our experience that SAT subject test results usually enhance a candidate's credentials and only rarely constitute a negative factor."
Claremont McKenna Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted. Homeschooled students are recommended to submit two SAT Subject Tests, one of which must be math.
Colby College Alternative   Two SAT Subject Tests can be substituted in place of either the SAT or ACT.
College of the Holy Cross Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Colorado College Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Columbia University Considered   The SAT Subject Test scores are not required, but Columbia will accept scores from the exams if you choose to submit them. You will not be at a disadvantage should you choose not to take the tests or submit the scores to Columbia.
Connecticut College Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Cooper Union Considered [Recommended for Engineering]   Engineering applicants are encouraged to submit a subject test score in math and on in physics or chemistry.
Cornell University Considered   Subject Tests considered for all applicants, except for Engineering students, where Subject Tests won't be considered for 2020 and 2021 applicants.
Dartmouth College Considered   "Not submitting scores will not prevent your candidacy from receiving a full review by the Admissions Committee. If you submit subject test scores, we will include them in our review of your application."
Davidson College Considered   If applicants have taken SAT Subject Tests, Davidson welcomes but does not require those scores.
Duke University Considered   "We do not require SAT Subject Tests."
Emory University Considered [Recommended for homeschooled applicants]   "SAT II subject exams are encouraged, but not required. Students are encouraged to submit SAT subject exam scores for academics areas of strength and/or interest. Since these exams are not required, students have the choice of which subject exams they want to report. Do note that we request home-schooled applicants submit scores from three SAT II subject exams."
Franklin Olin College of Engineering Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
George Washington University Considered [Req Special Programs] (2)   Two SAT Subject Tests are required in science and mathematics for the Seven Year BA/MD program.
Georgetown University Recommended (3)   Strongly Recommended: Three SAT Subject Tests.
Hamilton College Alternative   Three SAT Subject Tests can be substituted in place of either the SAT or ACT. One must be a verbal or writing/essay test, one must be a quantitative test, and the third is your choice. (Exam requirement suspended for 2020/2021 application cycle)
Harvard College Recommended (2)   "While we normally recommend that you submit two SAT Subject Tests, you may apply without them if the cost of the tests represents a financial hardship or if you prefer to have your application considered without them."
Ithaca College Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted. SAT Subject Tests are still considered optional supplements for homeschooled applicants.
Johns Hopkins University Considered   "Applicants have the option of submitting SAT Subject Tests in one or more areas of interest as a way to demonstrate an academic strength, but they are not required."
Lafayette College Considered   "The results of SAT Subject Tests are not required for admission. Some academic departments do use scores from these tests for placement purposes."
Lehigh University Recommended   SAT Subject Tests are not required for admissions but are recommended as college credit may be awarded for scores of 700 or higher.
Macalester College Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
McGill University Required (2) (Suspended for 2020/2021 admissions cycle) Yes SAT + two SAT Subject Tests Required , OR ACT with Writing (Suspended for 2020/2021 admissions cycle)
Middlebury College Considered   "Students who would like their standardized testing to be considered in the application review process can submit either the SAT, the ACT, or three SAT Subject Tests in different academic disciplines (Math I and Math II, for example, do not qualify as two distinct Subject Tests)...Middlebury will "super score" standardized test results—meaning we will accept the highest score from each section of the SAT, the ACT or SAT Subject Tests, regardless of sitting, and sum the best scores across sittings of the same test"
New York University Alternative   Test requirements satisfied by fulfilling one of the following:
  • SAT (essay not required)
  • ACT (writing not required)
  • Three Subject Tests
  • Three AP exams
  • The International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Three IB higher-level exams (if a student is not an IB Diploma candidate)

Students who choose to submit three SAT Subject Tests, AP or IB scores must submit one in literature or the humanities, one in math or science, and one of the student's choice.
Northwestern University Considered   "SAT subject tests are optional. Subject exams...allow students to demonstrate their skill level(s) in a particular area. However, subject tests may be from topics outside of your potential major. Prospective students who do not submit SAT subject test results will not be penalized; we recognize that many applicants may not have the opportunity to sign up for the exams."
Oberlin College Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Occidental College Considered [Recommended for homeschooled applicants]   Subject Tests are considered if submitted. "We strongly recommend that external assessments be submitted for applicants who have been homeschooled for the entirety of high school. At least one of the following are strongly recommended: SAT, ACT, SAT II subject tests, AP scores, IB exams, GCSE, IGCSE, and/or A-level results."
Pomona College Considered [Recommended for homeschooled applicants]   SAT Subject Test scores are optional. In addition to the SAT or ACT test results, home-schooled students are encouraged, although not required, to submit results of at least two SAT Subject or Advanced Placement exams
Pratt Institute Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Princeton University Considered   "If you choose to take SAT Subject Tests we have no preference for the specific tests applicants might choose to take. If you apply for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, we recommend that you take mathematics Level I or II, and either physics or chemistry."
Reed College Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Considered [Recommended for Special Programs]   Applicants to the accelerated programs in law or medicine are encouraged to submit two SAT Subject Tests (one math and one science).
Rice University Recommended (2)   "Rice recommends applicants submit two SAT Subject Tests related to their proposed area of study."
Smith College Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
Stanford University Considered   "SAT Subject Tests are optional. Because SAT Subject Test scores can highlight your areas of strength, we welcome the self-reporting of these results in your application. If you have taken a subject test more than once, you may report your highest score."
Stevens Institute of Technology Considered [Recommended for Special Programs]   Subject Tests in Math (Level 1 or 2) and either Chemistry or Biology are recommended for the Accelerated Medical Program.
Union College Considered [Req for Special Programs] Yes Test Optional. Students applying to the Leadership in Medicine program are required to submit one math and one science Subject Test along with the SAT. Alternatively, applicants can submit the ACT in lieu of both SAT and Subject Tests.
University of California, Berkeley Recommended   Recommended for College of Chemistry and College of Engineering: Math Level 2 and a science test (Biology E/M, Chemistry, or Physics) closely related to the applicant's intended major.
University of California, Davis Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, Irvine Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, Los Angeles Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, Merced Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, Riverside Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, San Diego Recommended for Some Programs   Biological or physical science applicants and applicants to the School of Engineering should take Math Level 2 and a science Subject Test related to the applicant's intended major.
University of California, Santa Barbara Considered   SAT II subject tests are optional for all applicants.
University of California, Santa Cruz Considered   UCSC does not use the SAT Subject Tests for selection purposes, but you can use SAT Subject Tests to satisfy the "a-g" UC requirements.
University of Chicago Considered   "SAT Subject Tests scores are entirely optional, and not sending Subject Test scores will not hurt your application."
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Considered   You may submit supplemental scores from AP, IB or SAT Subject tests if you think they are a good reflection of your mastery of the material.
University of Notre Dame Considered   SAT Subject Tests, AP, and IB tests are only used in the application process if scores enhance an application.
University of Pennsylvania Considered   SAT Subject Tests are recommended but not required. Applicants who do not take SAT Subject Tests will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions process.
Penn recommends any two subject tests to Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences applicants; Science (preferably Chemistry) for Nursing applicants; Math Level 2 and a science test (preferably physics for Engineering students) to STEM applicants; and Math Level 2 to Business applicants.
University of Rochester Alternative   Two SAT Subject Tests can be substituted in place of either the SAT or ACT.
University of Southern California Optional [Recommended for homeschooled students]   "Although the application process for the 2021-2022 Academic Year is test-optional, we still find it helpful to have work from home-schooled students that is externally graded or examined. Therefore, we recommend submitting either SAT/ACT results, SAT subject exam results, AP exam results, or transcripts from college courses or other accredited online schooling programs if possible."
University of Virginia Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Vanderbilt University Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Vassar College Considered   SAT Subject Tests are not required, and students opting not to send Subject Tests will not be penalized. However, SAT Subject Tests will be considered if submitted as part of a testing profile. Subject Tests may enhance an applicant's credentials, particularly for applicants from non-traditional school backgrounds (homeschooled, non-graded schools, etc.). Note that a strong score on an SAT Subject Test is also one way to fulfill Vassar's Foreign Language Proficiency requirement.
Wake Forest University Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted. Subject Test Scores may be self-reported.
Washington and Lee University Considered   Subject Tests are considered if submitted.
Washington University in St. Louis Considered   "We will only consider them if they strengthen your application."
Wesleyan University Considered [Req for some students]   Test Optional for US and Canadian students. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Candidates applying from secondary schools that provide written evaluations in place of traditional grades or students who have been homeschooled, attend online high schools, or who are enrolled in other non-traditional secondary school programs are required to submit ACT results or the SAT and two or more SAT Subject Tests.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Considered   Test Optional. SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are all optional, but will be considered if submitted.
Yale University Recommended (Suspended for 2020-2021 admissions cycle)   "SAT Subject Tests will not be considered during the 2020-21 admissions cycle."





Other Schools that Require or Recommend SAT Subject Tests

College Board also suggests that the following additional schools use SAT Subject Tests when they determine admission. If you're interested in any of these schools, look up their website or give them a call to find out if they're schools that require SAT Subject Tests or simply consider them for admission.



  • University of Alaska Southeast



  • Arizona State University
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University: Prescott Campus
  • Northern Arizona University
  • University of Advancing Technology
  • University of Arizona



  • American Academy of Dramatic Arts
  • American Jewish University
  • Art Institute of California: Los Angeles
  • Art Institute of California: San Francisco
  • California State University: Fullerton
  • Cogswell Polytechnical College
  • Concordia University Irvine
  • Hult International Business School
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Menlo College
  • Notre Dame de Namur University
  • Pacific Union College
  • San Diego Christian College
  • San Francisco State University
  • Santa Clara University
  • Sonoma State University
  • University of California: Santa Barbara
  • University of La Verne
  • University of San Diego
  • Westmont College



  • Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Western Connecticut State University



  • Delaware Technical Community College: Stanton/Wilmington Campus
  • Delaware Technical Community College: Terry Campus
  • Goldey-Beacom College


District of Columbia

  • Howard University



  • Ave Maria University
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University: Daytona Beach Campus
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University: Worldwide Campus
  • Florida Institute of Technology
  • Florida International University
  • Jacksonville University
  • New College of Florida
  • Pasco-Hernando State College
  • University of South Florida: Sarasota-Manatee



  • Albany Technical College
  • Armstrong State University
  • Brenau University
  • Emmanuel College
  • Georgia Gwinnett College
  • Gordon State College
  • Mercer University
  • Point University
  • Savannah State University
  • Spelman College
  • Wesleyan College



  • Hawaii Pacific University
  • University of Hawaii: West Oahu



  • Boise Bible College
  • Brigham Young University-Idaho



  • Augustana College
  • Columbia College Chicago
  • Concordia University Chicago
  • Eastern Illinois University
  • Greenville University
  • Illinois Institute of Technology
  • Monmouth College
  • North Park University
  • Northwestern College
  • Principia College
  • Southern Illinois University Edwardsville



  • Bethel College
  • Calumet College of St. Joseph
  • Earlham College
  • Holy Cross College
  • Huntington University
  • Indiana State University
  • Kaplan College: Indianapolis



  • Briar Cliff University
  • Buena Vista University
  • Cornell College
  • Divine Word College
  • Loras College
  • Maharishi University of Management
  • Simpson College
  • St. Luke's College
  • Wartburg College
  • William Penn University



  • Barclay College
  • MidAmerica Nazarene University
  • Sterling College
  • Wichita State University



  • Southern Baptist Theological Seminary



  • Tulane University
  • Xavier University of Louisiana



  • College of the Atlantic
  • Maine College of Art
  • University of Maine at Presque Isle



  • Capitol Technology University
  • McDaniel College
  • St. John's College
  • St. John's College
  • St. Mary's College of Maryland
  • University of Baltimore



  • Bay Path University
  • Bentley University
  • Eastern Nazarene College
  • Emerson College
  • Gordon College
  • Lesley University
  • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Massachusetts Maritime Academy
  • MCPHS University
  • Mount Holyoke College
  • Pine Manor College
  • Regis College
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts
  • Stonehill College
  • Suffolk University
  • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute



  • Albion College
  • Calvin College
  • Finlandia University
  • Grace Bible College
  • Lake Superior State University
  • Northwood University: Michigan
  • University of Detroit Mercy



  • College of St. Scholastica
  • McNally Smith College of Music
  • Minnesota State University Mankato
  • St. Mary's University of Minnesota
  • St. Olaf College
  • University of Minnesota: Crookston
  • University of Northwestern - St. Paul



  • Delta State University
  • Southeastern Baptist College



  • Calvary University
  • Culver-Stockton College



  • University of Great Falls



  • Doane University
  • Hastings College


New Hampshire

  • Franklin Pierce University
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester


New Jersey

  • College of St. Elizabeth
  • Felician University
  • Stockton University


New York

  • Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
  • Alfred University
  • American Academy of Dramatic Arts: West
  • Bryant & Stratton College: Albany
  • City University of New York: Baruch College
  • City University of New York: New York City College of Technology
  • Concordia College
  • Daemen College
  • Dominican College of Blauvelt
  • Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester
  • Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
  • Fordham University
  • Hartwick College
  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • Hofstra University
  • Ithaca College
  • LIU Brooklyn
  • LIU Post
  • Medaille College
  • Monroe Community College
  • Mount Saint Mary College
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • Parsons The New School for Design
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Sarah Lawrence College
  • St. Elizabeth College of Nursing
  • St. Lawrence University
  • SUNY College at Old Westbury
  • SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
  • The New School College of Performing Arts
  • Utica College
  • Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology
  • Wagner College
  • Yeshiva University


North Carolina

  • Queens University of Charlotte
  • University of North Carolina at Asheville
  • Warren Wilson College
  • Western Carolina University


North Dakota

  • Minot State University
  • University of Mary



  • Bluffton University
  • John Carroll University
  • Otterbein University
  • University of Dayton



  • Oklahoma City University
  • University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma



  • Concordia University
  • Concordia University
  • Oregon College of Art & Craft
  • Oregon State University
  • Pacific Northwest College of Art
  • Southern Oregon University
  • University of Portland



  • Allegheny College
  • Arcadia University
  • Art Institute of Pittsburgh
  • Cabrini University
  • DeVry University: Fort Washington
  • Gettysburg College
  • Gwynedd Mercy University
  • Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
  • Holy Family University
  • Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
  • La Salle University
  • Lebanon Valley College
  • Moore College of Art and Design
  • Moravian College
  • Seton Hill University
  • St. Francis University
  • Temple University
  • Thiel College
  • Valley Forge Military College


Puerto Rico

  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico: Barranquitas Campus
  • Inter American University of Puerto Rico: Bayamon Campus
  • University of Puerto Rico: Arecibo
  • University of Puerto Rico: Carolina Regional College
  • University of Puerto Rico: Humacao
  • University of Puerto Rico: Mayaguez
  • University of Puerto Rico: Ponce
  • University of Puerto Rico: Utuado


South Carolina

  • Charleston Southern University
  • Clemson University



  • Cumberland University
  • Fisk University
  • Tennessee Wesleyan University
  • The University of the South



  • Austin College
  • Huston-Tillotson University
  • Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas Woman's University
  • University of Houston-Victoria
  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • University of the Incarnate Word



  • Bennington College
  • Champlain College
  • College of St. Joseph in Vermont
  • Green Mountain College
  • Marlboro College
  • Vermont Technical College



  • Emory & Henry College
  • Hampden-Sydney College
  • Patrick Henry College
  • Randolph College
  • Richard Bland College
  • Roanoke College
  • Sweet Briar College
  • University of Virginia's College at Wise
  • Virginia Wesleyan University



  • DigiPen Institute of Technology
  • University of Washington Tacoma



  • Beloit College
  • Carroll University
  • Lakeland University
  • Lawrence University
  • Marian University
  • Milwaukee School of Engineering
  • Mount Mary University
  • Ripon College
  • University of Wisconsin-Parkside
  • University of Wisconsin-River Falls


You'll have to check with the individual schools to see if they have a preference for exactly which subject tests you take. Some engineering and technical schools, for example, prefer that you take math and science Subject Tests. MIT and Caltech both require one math and one science, with CalTech only accepting the Math Level 2 Subject Test.

Selective liberals arts schools tend to prefer a wide range of academic strengths and interests, so your best bet might be pairing a Subject Test in the humanities, like Literature or History, with one in math or science. Scoring high on a language test is also a valuable asset to add to your application, as colleges appreciate students with language skills and global competencies as they build their multicultural student body.

Now that you have a sense of the SAT Subject Test requirements, what are your next steps?




SAT Subject Tests: Final Thoughts

As with all parts of your application, make sure you're aware of all the requirements, recommendations, and best approaches. Especially since policies are becoming more and more flexible, always double check with your school of interest to make sure you understand what they want.

If you are applying to a test flexible school, you may be able to present your highest score through AP tests or the SAT Subject Tests. Reflect on your strengths and weaknesses, take some practice tests, and get a sense of where you will perform best.

SAT Subject Tests may seem daunting, but they're actually closely aligned with the exams you take in class. If you're particularly interested in studying the natural world, reading and analyzing literature, solving geometry, or communicating in another language, then they might present a great opportunity for you to highlight your strengths and your own unique passions and interests.


What's Next?

Click here to see the full list of SAT Subject Tests and learn how to choose which tests are best for you.

Another important consideration is when to take the Subject Tests, especially since you might also be taking the SAT, ACT, AP exams, and finals. This article tells you all the dates on which the various Subject Tests are offered and offers some advice on your most effective schedule.

Are you also taking the SAT? The SAT requires a lot of prep to score well, and first you have to figure out when to make time to prep in your busy schedule. Read all about when you should begin to study so you can maximize your scores.


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