News flash: Universities are more likely to admit students whose parents gave lots of money

Raymond Chen

Earlier, we saw that alumni give money to universities in order to increase the likelihood that the university will admit their children. Today, we learn that the tactic works. The children of big-donor alumni are more likely to be accepted. In fact, you don’t even have to be the child of alumni. Just make sure you parents give lots of money.


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