Ohio University was recognized Tuesday for its 50-year partnership with ACT. Originally known as the American College Testing Program, the nonprofit organization began in 1959, with OHIO being one of the first institutions to accept ACT's college-entrance test results.
Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Craig Cornell accepted a recognition plaque at the Ohio ACT annual conference luncheon in Columbus.
"We've worked with ACT from the beginning and have had a great working relationship with them over the years. We have used several of their products and services and are working toward expanding our relationship as time goes on," Cornell said.