Black First-Year Students at the Nation's Leading Liberal Arts Colleges Filed in Featured on November 19, 2013

November 2013
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);11/21/2013, p1
The article provides data on admission of black students in the highest ranked liberal art colleges. It is noted that the "Journal of Blacks in Higher Education" provides data for the last 20 years and in this year's survey Amherst College has taken the top spot. It is noted that Williams College remained as a consistent performer with 63 Blacks first-year students.


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