Kantrowitz crunched data (PDF) from both the 2003-04 and 2007-08 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, which showed that white students are 40 percent more likely to win private scholarships than non-white students. And Kantrowitz finds several college-specific scholarships only for white students, like UCLA's 66-year-old Werner Scott Scholarship, worth $4,000, which is "restricted to Caucasian students from Hawaii who are not of Polynesian blood."
Duh? If minority obtained more scholarships than white students, wouldn't it mean that there will be less white students in American universities than "minorities"? I would think so. However it's not. Strange. Read the whole article at the following link.
Do Minorities Receive More College Scholarships? - Education - GOOD