Race Discrimination reduces Asian American top college entrance by half

Ivy Leagues Universities and other selective schools discriminate against Asian-Americans in the college admissions process.

Ivy league schools have 15-22% Asian enrollment versus 40-50% at top universities without race discrimination.

The UC (University of California) system picks students based predominantly on grades and class rank.

Caltech is a top school that does not discriminate based on race and Asian Americans are over 40% of the students admitted to Caltech. UC Berkeley does not discriminate based on race and it has Asian American enrollment at 42.3 percent. At UCSD (UC San Diego), 50% of undergrads are Asian. At UCLA, 40% of undergrads are Asian.

Asian-Americans are about 15 percent of California’s population and 6.4 percent of the U.S. population overall.

Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz believes that the lawsuits against Harvard and Yale will win at jury trial stage. He thinks the Universities will win at the appeal court stage. It will then go to the supreme court.