Supreme Court case about the question of whether schools may consider race as a factor in undergraduate admissions.
What does UGA stand for?
UGA stands for Undergraduate Admissions
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Mike Nicholson, director of undergraduate admissions at Oxford, said it was common for youngsters in Wales to look only within the confines of their own boundaries.
Oxford's breakdown of its latest undergraduate admissions figures, published on its website reveals a total of 77 students of Indian descent being accepted in 2009 out of 466 applications, while only six black Caribbean undergraduates were accepted at Cambridge the same year.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions in the university has sent him the letter to this effect.
STUDENTS should forget about friends, hobbies and charity work and knuckle down to their studies to win a place at a top university, Oxford's head of undergraduate admissions said today.
She first served as Associate Dean of Admissions for Douglass College and was promoted to the position of Director of Undergraduate Admissions for the University, where she supervised the entire undergraduate admissions activity of the four-campus university.