UC Berkeley Forced To Withhold 5,000 Acceptance Letters Following State Supreme Court Decision

Posted on AllSides March 4th, 2022
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The University of California, Berkeley must withhold at least 5,100 acceptance letters for the fall 2022 semester after the state’s Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision Thursday that forces the university to freeze its enrollment at 2020-21 levels, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, following a suit filed by the school’s neighbors who argue the campus’ overpopulation “may negatively affect the surrounding environment.”

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