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Building a Diverse Class Without Affirmative Action
The likely decision by the Supreme Court to end the use of affirmative action and race-conscious admissions will be a major roadblock as we attempt to build diverse incoming classes.

In the session, we break down how the end of affirmative action is likely to affect Black and Latinx student recruitment and share strategies for maximizing the diversity of your class in a post-affirmative action world.

We also walk through key insights your team needs to know about the ideal recruitment geographies for diverse student recruitment and techniques that will allow them to give proper consideration to applications from students of color in the admissions process.

Can't attend the webinar? You should still register -- all registrants, including attendees and absentees, will receive a recording of the webinar and a copy of the presentation slides.

This webinar was made possible in part by the financial support of CollegeVine. I understand that by registering for this webinar, my registration information will be shared with Inside Higher Ed and the sponsor for marketing purposes.

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Vinay Bhaskara
Chief Strategy Officer & Co-founder @CollegeVine
Vinay leads CollegeVine’s insights practice that develops data-driven strategies and initiatives used by college admissions teams to recruit classes in a fast-changing landscape. Before co-founding CollegeVine, he was an economics major at the University of Chicago.
Jason McNair-Faulk
Community Success Manager @CollegeVine
Jason is a career education professional with 20+ years of experience in K-12, higher ed and ed tech. At CollegeVine, he helps college admissions teams efficiently achieve their enrollment targets by putting CollegeVine’s full suite of recruiting solutions to work. Jason received his M.S from Troy University and his B.A. from Morehouse College.