ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) -- The U.S. Department of Education is investigating a graduate student's allegation of racial discrimination against St. Cloud State University.
The St. Cloud Times reports the allegation is contained in documents obtained from the department through a federal Freedom of Information request.
The graduate student was in the Twin Cities Graduate Center, a St. Cloud State program in Maple Grove. She alleges she was dismissed from school in December and not allowed to graduate because she informed the university that a professor was discriminating against black students.
The name of the student is not listed in the documents.
A special adviser to SCSU President Earl Potter says someone can file a complaint, but "It doesn't mean something was done wrong."
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