Supreme Court allows California to grant in-state tuition to illegal immigrants The high court rejects an appeal to California's policy of giving in-state college tuition to state high school graduates who are in the country illegally. The action leaves in place laws in 11 other states that permit illegal immigrants to obtain in-state tuition.
The premier schools in their system, the University of California, have lots and lots of illegal aliens!
Overall, the state said about 41,000 students last year took advantage of this special tuition rule, but the vast majority of those were students at a community college. In 2009, the 10-campus UC system said 2,019 students paid in-state tuition under the terms of the state law. Of these, about 600 were believed to be illegal immigrants.
so if you wonder why your A student in California didn't get into UC, it's probably because the place was given to an illegal. Over 1/4 of those receiving in-state tuition at UC are illegal!