Percentages ranged from fewer than 1 percent of freshmen at Shepherd and WVU to 62 percent of freshmen at Bluefield State.
Others were Glenville State, 61 percent; Fairmont State, 42.6 percent; Concord, 40.6 percent; West Liberty, 40.3 percent; West Virginia State and WVU Tech, each 37.1 percent; and Marshall, 32.5 percent.
"It's clear we have a lot of work to do, and a lot of it is in collaboration with our colleagues in the Department of Education," Anderson said.
A total of 10.4 percent of in-state freshmen enrolled in development English courses, while 23.4 percent enrolled in developmental math.
Average ACT composite scores for in-state freshmen in 2012 ranged from 23.8 at WVU to 19.1 at Glenville State.
Others were Shepherd, 22.4; Marshall, 22.3; Concord, 21.5; WVU Tech, 21.1; West Liberty, 20.7; Fairmont State, 20.6; West Virginia State, 20.0; and Bluefield State, 19.7.
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