A new era of college admissions arises with the fall of affirmative action Ivonne Olivas
University admission officials take into account a number of factors when deciding whom to invite into their institutions. They usually include a prospective student’s academic record, extracurricular activities and values. Before the Supreme Court’s decision on June 29, they could also take into account something else that may influence a person’s life experiences: race.
The end of affirmative action came in June after the Supreme Court ruled against its use in the college admissions process. How universities are altering their admissions process?