African American admissions up at UCLA

April 6, 2007
Minority numbers rebound for Los Angeles campus.

The University of California at Los Angeles has offered admission for the fall to 392 African American students, up from the 249 who were offered a place in the current freshman class. The news was greeted with satisfaction and a measure of relief by UCLA administrators and others who had expressed concern about declining numbers of black students on the Westwood campus. The number reached a crisis last fall, when only about 100 black freshmen enrolled—or about 2% of a class of more than 4,800. Overall, 11,837 students were accepted to UCLA.

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