Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Audit Blasts UC Admissions Policies

Out-of-state and foreign admissions at the University of California have been skyrocketing, and that’s sparked controversy about how California students fare in UC admissions. California’s State Auditor says the University of California is short-changing California students by hiking the number of out-of-state students paying higher tuition rates. UC officials say the out of state students are helping the university cover costs of California resident admissions, but the auditor says the non-resident students are displacing Californian students at the state university system’s top campuses. Christopher Martinez reports from Sacramento.