The University of Texas at Austin has asked Jim Davis, its vice president for legal affairs, to conduct a review of how its fired men’s tennis coach became embroiled in the nationwide college admissions scandal and to recommend what can be done to prevent future misconduct.

In a letter to the campus community Wednesday, university President Gregory Fenves said, “The integrity of UT admissions is essential to our mission as a research university and to the students and families we serve. That is why any act of wrongdoing, no matter how singular, matters so deeply.”

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