is the Hoffenberg Chair of American Politics at UCLA and a Professor of Political Science. He served on the UCLA Undergraduate Admissions Committee from 2005 until 2008. In Groseclose’s view, UCLA undergraduate admissions was race-neutral in 2005-06, when he first examined the process at close range. But he was concerned that the “holistic” admissions process was being adopted as a cover for illegal race discrimination, and in 2007 he requested data from the Admissions Office to evaluate whether race was being factored into decisions in an improper way. When his request was denied, Groseclose resigned from the committee and prepared this report on his observations and experience.