UMass Says In And Out Of State Students Served

A new report is suggesting that  admission into the University of Massachusetts is more difficult for  in-state residents than out-of-state.  

The report comes from the Pioneer  Institution in Boston, which points to data from 2010 to 2016 showing  that non-resident students accepted to the Amherst campus had lower high  school grade-point averages and SAT scores than their in-state  counterparts.  

UMass officials say the report is not  true, citing an increased enrollment of in-state students over the last  decade. 


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