University of Michigan Alters Admissions Policy The University of Michigan unveils a new undergraduate admissions policy that puts less emphasis on an applicant's race. In June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the school could not award students points for being part of a minority. Students will now be required to write an essay on cultural diversity, and applications will go through a three-step review process. Hear Michael Leland of Michigan Radio.
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University of Michigan Alters Admissions Policy

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University of Michigan Alters Admissions Policy

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The University of Michigan unveils a new undergraduate admissions policy that puts less emphasis on an applicant's race. In June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the school could not award students points for being part of a minority. Students will now be required to write an essay on cultural diversity, and applications will go through a three-step review process. Hear Michael Leland of Michigan Radio.