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The University of California improperly allowed 64 students admissions to the school as favors to donors, family, and friends, according to a state audit.

The audit was released Tuesday and it also revealed staff falsely designated 22 of the applicants as student-athlete recruits due to donations or favors to families with connections to the school, said California State Auditor Elaine Howle.

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“We conclude that the university has allowed for improper influence in admissions decisions, and it has not treated applicants fairly or consistently,” said a letter signed by Howle.

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