Seven percent of the students in Claremont McKenna College’s class of 2024 are related to alumni or donors, according to a report from the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities. And in a shift from the 2018-19 admissions cycle, Pitzer College says it did not provide any manner of preferential treatment to legacy or donor-related students for those entering the class of 2024.
Having swept all the SCIAC championships during the 2010s, the CMS women’s cross country team has dominated their competition every year.
Legacy preferences in college admissions are biased and limit diversity. Economic arguments for legacy admissions are incorrect.
Office of Black Student Affairs and Chicano Latino Student Affairs acknowledge their storied pasts as they celebrate their shared 50th anniversaries this fall.