Minorities underrepresented at University of Michigan
Joe Tobianski | AnnArbor.com
At U-M in 2010, less than 5 percent of students were reported as black and less than 5 percent were reported as hispanic. Yet more than 13 percent of the United States' population was black and more than 16 was hispanic, according to the Atlantic.
In fact, when compared with Harvard, Yale and Princeton universities and the University of California at Berkley and the University of Texas, Michigan has consistently enrolled the lowest percentage of hispanics since 1980, according to the Atlantic.