How can this be with out affirmative action?

I thought this would be impossible without it.

University of Georgia’s incoming freshman class will be the most ethnically and racially diverse in school history, with 21 percent classifying themselves as non-Caucasian.

The number of Hispanic freshmen who chose UGA increased by 47 percent to 153, while 361 black students picked UGA, up 16 percent over last year, said Nancy McDuff, UGA’s associate vice president of admissions and enrollment management.

2 comments

  1. heroV says:

    is race and/or ethnicity specifically not considered by the UGA admissions process? Many institutions do not have an explicit affirmative action policy but at the same time try to get a diverse student body.

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