Thursday, August 28, 2014

What Are The Most Diverse Campuses In The United States?

Photo Credit: IOE London
According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, the west coast is home to many of our nation's most ethnically diverse campuses. Utilizing a "diversity index" (which measures the probability that any two students at an institution are from different racial or ethnic groups), 36 schools from California and 14 from Hawaii made the Chronicle's list. New York is the next closest state with 10 schools on the list.

Here's the breakdown by types of 4-year schools:

4-year public
1. University of Hawaii at Hilo
2. University of Hawaii Maui College
3. University of Hawaii - West Oahu
4. University of Hawaii - Manoa
5. California State University - East Bay
6. New Jersey Institute of Technology
7. City College of City University of New York
8. Rutgers University at Newark
9. University of Houston
10. San Francisco State University
11. San Jose Sate University
12. City University of New York Bernard M. Baruch College
13. University of California at Los Angeles
14. Seattle Central Community College
15. City University of New, New York City College of Technology
4-year private non-profit
1. Hawaii Pacific University
2. Chaminade University of Honolulu
3. Holy Names University
4. La Sierra University
5. Houston Baptist University
6. Andrews University
7. Pacific Union College
8. Otis College of Art and Design
9. Remington College at Honolulu
10. University of San Francisco
11. Southwestern Adventist University
12. Menlo College
13. Nyack College
14. New York Institute of Technology at Old Westbury
15. University of Southern California
Whether campuses are considered to have high ethnic diversity or not, we in Cru seek to trust the Lord to see movements everywhere so that each student from every culture has an opportunity to connect with Christ on their campus and in their community.

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