U. of Michigan Offers to Be Test Case for Race Admissions

If the Supreme Court decides to end university admission programs that consider an applicant’s race, the University of Michigan has advice for other schools: There are plenty of other ways to encourage campus diversity.

But there’s a catch: None of the programs Michigan has tried has resulted in as many students of color as before.

"We have one hand tied behind our back," said Robert M. Sellers, UM’s vice provost for equity, inclusion and academic affairs.

Read more at The Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/u-of-michigan-offers-self-as-test-case-for-considering-race-in-admissions/2015/12/08/ae93e596-92db-11e5-a2d6-f57908580b1f_story.html