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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, June 30, 1979-Page 13
TITLE VI, WEBER DECISION DISCUSSED
Affirmative action conference draws 250

By BETH PERSKY
A federal official said yesterday at a
campus conference that the recent
Supreme Court decision permitting
voluntary affirmative action programs
in private firms also has ramifications
for institutions of higher learning.
"The Weber decision has clear im-
plications for affirmative action even at
universities," said Fran Farmer, direc-
tor of the Office of Inter-Agency Coor-
dination of the Equal Employment Op-
portunity commission. "It reaffirmed
the notion that affirmative action is a
viable, real, necessary concept under
certain circumstances," she added.
FARMER ADDRESSED more than
250 persons yesterday at an Affirmative'
Action Day conference in Rackham
Auditorium. Also discussed at the con-
ference was Title VI, a federal statute
prohibiting discrimination on the base
of race, color, or national origin in
educational programs or activities in
federally-assisted institutions. Covered
under the statute are areas such as
financial aid, admissions, course ac-
cess, and student policies.
"Few schools have lost money as a
result of Title VI," said Mary Pollock,
director of the state Office of Affir-
mative Action. "What we're into is
voluntary affirmative action because
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enforcement is too lax." enrollment is "being felt nation-wide,"
Pollock said the University never- according to Lynn Corsan, a doctoral
theless has an obligation to recruit student from Lansing. She cited the
minority students to a level parallel to state of the economy and the growing
number of minority citizens in the skepticism of the value of a college
state. education as possible reasons for the
"IF YOU don't do it, we're going to decline.
make you do it," she said. "We know Corsan said college minority
you have problems, but we want-an end enrollment figures may appear larger
result." due to the inclusion of minority students
Declining minority student not enrolled for the purpose of attaining

a degree. She said the University's IW8
minority enrollment figure is slated at
10.4 per cent, but she said actual full-
time minority enrollment is 9.5 per
cent.
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