The Justice Department and the Department of Education earlier this year opened an investigation into whether Yale University’s admissions process “illegally discriminates against Asian-American applicants,” The Wall Street Journal reports. The investigation stems from a 2016 complaint by a group of Asian-American organizations that alleged Yale, Brown University, and Dartmouth College treated Asian-American applicants “differently” based on their race. The DOE confirmed the Yale investigation in a letter sent to the Asian American Coalition for Education on Wednesday, noting that “information related to a particular Asian-American applicant’s experience” was included in the Yale complaint. The department also said it dropped the complaints against Brown and Dartmouth because “sufficient detail” was not provided. The probe, which opened in April, will reportedly be conducted jointly by the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights and the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. The DOJ recently sided with Asian Americans in their lawsuit against Harvard University on similar discrimination claims.