UC allegedly admitted 64 students due to connections with staff or donors, audit asserts

UC allegedly admitted 64 students due to connections with staff or donors, audit asserts

10/28/20
By: The California Aggie

An audit issued by California state auditor Elaine Howle on Sept. 22 concluded that four UC campuses—UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC San Diego and UC Santa Barbara—unfairly admitted 64 students due to their social connections to staff or donors. 

In an official statement, President of the UC Michael Drake promised a “zero-tolerance” approach to the concerns raised by the report.



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