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Segregated college housing

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To be eligible to live in Stanford's Asian American Focus, a student must "Demonstrate knowledge or experience related to the theme that they can share with residents."<ref> Retrieved Sept. 7, 2017.</ref> So a non-Asian-American student has to demonstrate knowledge of Asian American culture that is equal to or superior to that of the actual experience of an Asian-American student if they wish to be selected to live there.
The [[University of Connecticut]] in the fall of 2016 opened "Scholastic House Of Leaders in support of African American Researchers & Scholars" (ScHOLA²RS House) "is a Learning Community designed to support the scholastic efforts of male students who identify as African American/Black through academic and social/emotional support, access to research opportunities, and professional development."<ref> Retrieved Sept. 11, 2017</ref> The University is spending funds from a $300,000 grant to launch this initiativefor black male undergraduates.<ref> Retrieved Sept. 11, 2017</ref>
The [[California State University]] Los Angeles proposed to establish "Halisi Scholars Black Living Learning Community" an all-black dorms, which has led to controversy.<ref>{{cite news|url=|title=Civil Rights Leader Says California College’s Segregated Dorms Violate Federal |date=September 8, 2017|accessdate=September 8, 2017}}</ref>