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Ethnicity in admissions

bigboigbigboig Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited May 2012 in Saint Joseph's University
With so many white people on campus, is is easier for Asians to get into St. Joes?
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Replies to: Ethnicity in admissions

  • SJUAdmissionsSJUAdmissions College Rep Posts: 56 Junior Member
    Saint Joseph's University does not determine admission decisions based upon race, religion or gender. When reviewing applications, a number of academic and extracurricular factors are taken into consideration, but not a student's race or ethnicity. We encourage diversity on campus and welcome anyone to apply.
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