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8 colleges were named in the massive college-admissions scandal. Here's how they're responding.

INSIDER Logo By Ellen Cranley of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 9: 
  Dozens of people, including several successful actors and
  prominent businesspeople, have been indicted in a college-admissions scheme,
    according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
  
  Authorities said parents spent an average of between $250,000
  and $400,000 per student and some facilitated their children
  being recruited as Division 1 athletes regardless of their
  athletic abilities.
  
  Universities named in court documents include Georgetown
  University, the University of Southern California, Stanford
  University, the University of Texas at Austin, Yale University,
  Wake Forest University, and the University of California, Los
  Angeles.
  

  Dozens of people were indicted
  on charges related to paying bribes of up to $6.5 million to get
  their children into elite universities, federal prosecutors
  revealed Tuesday.

  Authorities said 
  parents spent an average of between $250,000 and $400,000 per
  student and some facilitated their children being recruited
  as Division 1 athletes, regardless of their athletic abilities.

  Many of the students involved in the bribes didn't know about the
  deals, according to investigators. The schools have so far denied
  any knowledge of the schemes.

  The universities named in unsealed court documents include
  Georgetown University, the University of Southern California,
  Stanford University, the University of Texas at Austin, Yale
  University, Wake Forest University, and the University of
  California, Los Angeles.

  Here's how each school is responding to the investigation's
  findings:

  • Dozens of people, including several successful actors and prominent businesspeople, have been indicted in a college-admissions scheme, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
  • Authorities said parents spent an average of between $250,000 and $400,000 per student and some facilitated their children being recruited as Division 1 athletes regardless of their athletic abilities.
  • Universities named in court documents include Georgetown University, the University of Southern California, Stanford University, the University of Texas at Austin, Yale University, Wake Forest University, and the University of California, Los Angeles.

Dozens of people were indicted on charges related to paying bribes of up to $6.5 million to get their children into elite universities, federal prosecutors revealed Tuesday.

Authorities said parents spent an average of between $250,000 and $400,000 per student and some facilitated their children being recruited as Division 1 athletes, regardless of their athletic abilities.

Many of the students involved in the bribes didn't know about the deals, according to investigators. The schools have so far denied any knowledge of the schemes.

The universities named in unsealed court documents include Georgetown University, the University of Southern California, Stanford University, the University of Texas at Austin, Yale University, Wake Forest University, and the University of California, Los Angeles.

Click through this gallery to see how each school is responding to the investigation's findings:

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