The Supreme Court's 4-3 ruling means the policies at many Indiana colleges will stand.
The case examines whether a university can consider race as one of several factors for admission.
A law professor say the ruling upholding Michigan's ban on affirmative action could affect Indiana, but likely not for some time.
An IU professor says because the Supreme Court did not hand down a definitive ruling, universities should prepare for an influx of new lawsuits.
If the Supreme Court changes its stance on affirmative action cases, universities throughout the U.S. could be forced to adjust admissions policies.
The Maurer School of Law hosted a panel discussion Monday regarding the implications of an upcoming court case.