These students must be Bernie supporters. Math is hard, isn’t it?

Campus Reform reports.

USC student govt. simultaneously demands tuition freeze and $20M increase in diversity spending

The University of Southern California’s (USC) administration is promising to dish out millions of dollars in scholarship funds for Syrian and Mexican immigrants as part of a campus wide diversity initiative put forth by the school’s student government.

USC’s student senate passed a diversity resolution last November, calling on the university to invest $100 million in mandatory diversity classes while establishing new administrative positions, including a Title IX investigator; a vice president of diversity, equity, and inclusion; a vice dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion; and an outside vendor to “conduct a campus climate diversity, equity, and inclusion survey annually.”

The resolution, which passed with a vote of 11-1, also demanded that the university “establish an endowed fund and allow for donations to be specifically directed towards this fund of $100 million for scholarships” for students and faculty “from underrepresented backgrounds.”

The administration has now responded with a six-page reply detailing its plans for the 2016 academic year, communicated in a memo sent to the entire USC community Tuesday by Provost Michael Quick, who stated that he and his peers are “heartened” by the “tireless work and contributions” of the student government.

“I think it is likely that no university in the country has achieved so much in such a short period of time. I apologize in advance for the length of this memo, but I want our community to realize how much we have collectively accomplished,” Quick wrote in the memo obtained by Campus Reform.

Among the achievements of his university will be the establishment of three separate diversity committees—the “Provost Diversity Task Force,” a “Diversity Council,” and the “DPS Community Advisory Board,” which will advise campus public safety officers on matters of “campus safety and profiling issues.”