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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

University of California Favoring Illegal Immigrants

A California university’s decision to put a limit on the number of American citizens it enrolls — while placing no such restrictions on illegal immigrants who want to attend the school — is drawing sharp criticism from education activists.

The regents in the University of California system recently instituted Regents Policy 2109 in response to state lawmakers threatening to withhold from the university system nearly $20 million if school officials didn’t cap the number of out-of-state American students. The university’s response to the state government’s threat was to limit the percentage of out-of-state American students in the student body to 18 percent on most campuses.


Anonymous said...

No more donations for those obtuse embarassments until Califo5students have 90% of slors.

Cal Bear 73

Anonymous said...

I'm no fan of UC's admissions practices, but the headline seems deliberately untrue in a calculated manner. UC isn't funneling in illegal immigrants. It is keeping its options open for accepting international students, all of whom will have entered the US legally when they attend.

I agree that UC should reserve more spots for California students, but let's not make dishonest arguments about what they're doing.

Anonymous said...

Dishonest arguments?? On this blog?? You must be kidding!!

Anonymous said...

Ive stopped donating and attending events too. Don't want my kids, don't get me.


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