Do you want to get into college? Do you have the time and equipment to make a two-minute video? Then that's all you'll need.
Goucher College, a liberal arts college outside Baltimore, stopped requiring students to submit SAT or ACT scores in 2007. Now they're no longer requiring a traditional college application with a transcript, letters of recommendation, and essays, either. Students can still apply that way if they want. Or they can make a two-minute video explaining why they want to attend the college and why they'd thrive there, and submit it with two "works of scholarship."
Here's what admissions officers are looking for:
The college says it hopes this will encourage applicants who are put off by the regular application process. The college admitted about 72 percent of its applicants last year.