Texas Universities Are Challenged As Demographics Shift
In August, 60 years after the University of Texas admitted its first black student, the school welcomed the first freshman class in which white students were in the minority.
White students, who accounted for 51 percent of U.T.'s freshman class in 2009, made up 48 percent in 2010. Black and Hispanic students represented about 5 percent and 23 percent, respectively, with Asians and other races making up the rest.