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Defining Diversity

A diverse college or university is an exciting and beneficial place to be a student. Why? Students who have classmates, professors, and mentors from different backgrounds are exposed to new viewpoints and perspectives. As a result, they are more likely to become open-minded and global thinkers.

Assistant Dean of Admissions, Co-Director of Multicultural Recruitment, Swarthmore College

Creating an Inclusive Identity

Colleges and universities talk about inclusion, identity, and diversity on campus, but what do these things really mean--and what role do you, as a new student, play in them? We turned our campus spotlight on some of the multicultural programs at one school in particular to find out.

Senior Assistant Dean of Admission, Reed College

Socioeconomic Diversity on College Campuses

Going to college often means meeting people from different socioeconomic backgrounds. Of course, money can be, and probably always will be, a touchy subject. There are just a few things students need to keep in mind when thinking about socioeconomic diversity.

Broadcast Journalism Major, Boston University

Benefits of a Diverse Campus

Choosing your future school is obviously a personal choice, so it's important do what will make you most comfortable and enjoy the experience! But for those students unsure of whether or not to attend a school with a lot of variety or the same mix of people, here's some reasons why I find it important to focus on college diversity when applying or deciding on colleges.

Broadcast Journalism Major, Boston University

How Can You Measure How Diverse a College Is?

Diversity can mean a few different things when it comes to colleges and universities. Here are the factors of a school that measure how diverse it is.

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