Tag: multiculturalism on campus

5 Questions to Evaluate Multicultural Commitment on Campus

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Assistant Director of Admissions, Waynesburg University

In the early 1900s, the United States of America became known as a "melting pot," a nation whose culture was defined by the fusion of people from differing racial and ethnic backgrounds. read more

Choosing A College That Values Diversity

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It's easy for college-bound students to get caught up in the process of choosing a college: reading the guidebooks; visiting campuses; and listening to the opinions of your counselors, your friends, and your parents. read more

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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Associate Editor, Carnegie Communications

They provide an environment firmly rooted in history and community for all their students, whether they identify themselves as black or not. read more

Women's Colleges: Opportunity and Advantage

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Associate Dean of Admissions, Mills College

Women's colleges conjure a stereotype of uniforms, curfews, and never seeing someone with a Y chromosome for four years. If that's what you're expecting, then you really don't know what women's colleges are like. read more

Glossary of Multicultural Terms

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A breakdown of terms that address diversity on campus. read more

Would a Women's College Be the Right Fit for You?

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President, Women's College Coalition

Why should you look at a women's college or university? Really, why not? read more

Evaluating Campus Diversity

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Northeastern University

When looking at colleges, it's important to assess the multicultural climate through a variety of lenses--from the classroom experience to campus programming and beyond. read more