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Taking Action to Admit

UCLA tweaks its admissions process to stop the black student enrollment decline
By Samantha Levine
Posted 5/27/07
It was a self-described crisis. In the fall of 2006, only 103 black students said they planned to enroll as freshmen at the University of California-Los Angeles. That’s the lowest black enrollment in 30 years—just 2 percent of the flagship public university’s incoming class of about 4,800 first-year students. “We were devastated, and that was an understatement,” says Janina Montero, vice chancellor for student affairs at UCLA.
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