How the Ban on Race-Sensitive Admissions Impacts Black Enrollments at the University of Michigan Filed in Enrollments, Racial Gap on October 25, 2013

October 2013
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);10/31/2013, p10
The article reports on the impact of race-sensitive admission prohibition on the enrollment of African American students at the University of Michigan as well as its data indicating a decline in their numbers particularly to those in first-year college.


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