In 2005, the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) launched a new initiative to address the diversity of college students in the United States and the quality of their learning. Called “Making Excellence Inclusive,” the initiative began with the premise that colleges and universities should offer the highest quality learning to students least likely [...]Making Excellence Inclusive
A multicolored campus is one that wants to change little to accommodate the differences of others but require those that are of different colors and cultures to assimilated into a uni-cultural environment.
Students may think that a minority instructor is less credentialed and give less respect. Staff may ignore the experiences and perspectives of minority instructors because they are assumed to “play the race card.”
For Christian institutions to equip students to minister in a multicultural world, they need multicultural leaders to steer students through the adversity of diversity and aged institutions into competitive centers that drive the theological and sociological integration of orthodoxy with orthopraxis.