Thursday, March 13, 2003

While the college admissions litigation perks through the courts, and protesters rally against new policies in Blacksburg, some students at the University of Michigan are thinking the admissions process should consider "socioeconomic" factors other than race, as reported here. Michigan has its own website for admissions lawsuits.

Interestingly, the online application for the Appalachian School of Law asks how many years of schooling had the applicant's parents and siblings.

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