Colleges that educate many students of color say they are open to visits.
Some schools might weigh socio-economic status more heavily. Others could consider reducing legacy admits
"American companies are going to have to work harder": How today's affirmative action ruling puts U.S. companies at a disadvantage
Peter Blair Henry, Dean Emeritus of NYU's business school, explains how today's ruling will affect corporate performance.
Relatively few colleges explicitly consider race in admissions. Will that change?
University of Texas pushes back against a law aimed at increasing diversity.
As the Supreme Court considers affirmative action, businesses are weighing in -- in favor. They say it creates a diverse, educated workforce.