Medical School Quietly Scrubs Website After Federal Probe Into Race-Based Scholars Program

University of Texas (UT) San Antonio’s Long School of Medicine quietly deleted information about its Diversity in Medicine Visiting Elective Scholars Program after a federal rights investigation was dismissed earlier this month by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

The OCR launched an investigation into the program in November 2022 after Do No Harm, a medical watchdog group, filed a complaint that it violated students’ civil rights because applicants had to identify as a specific race. The case was dismissed on Feb. 7 and information about the program has been scrubbed from the university’s website.

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