U. of Virginia transcends past to earn highest graduation rate of blacks among state schools

December 1996
Jet;12/23/96, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p25
Reports that the University of Virginia has the highest graduation rate for blacks of any institution in the nation, as of December 1996. The finding according to the `Journal of Blacks in Higher Education'; How this finding contrasts with the school's past.


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