College Diversity: Where Do I Find It?

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Where can you find diversity on campus during your college search and as a college student? Here are four important areas to start looking. read more

Six Ways to Immerse Yourself in Diversity

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Broadcast Journalism Major, Boston University

When first-year students get to their college for the first time, many are overwhelmed by numerous aspects of college--one likely being the diversity on campus. Here are six ways for students to make sure they're getting the fullest experience of diversity on their campuses. read more

Creating an Inclusive Identity

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Senior Assistant Dean of Admission, Reed College

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. read more

International Students Bring More Fun to Campus

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Broadcast Journalism Major, Boston University

Students from other countries are coming to the United States for college now more than ever. During the 2010-2011 school year, over 70,000 students came from India and China individually, over 20,000 from Canada, and 5,000 or more from France, the United Kingdom, Mexico, and Brazil each. Colleges in the United States are able to expand the diversity on their campuses through these impressive trends. read more

What kinds of cultural clubs and organizations might I find at college?

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Vice President and Dean of Admissions, Quinnipiac University

How does "everything" sound? You can usually find a list of clubs and organizations on a college website. read more

Evaluating Campus Diversity as a Diverse College Applicant

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Principal, EduPlan; College Counselor; Graduate School Admission Advisor

Educational institutions foster diversity since they understand that students learn the most from listening to different points of view, and from the challenge of stepping away of what's known to them, in order to grow. read more