We are nationally recognized for the diversity of our students, but the real pride we feel is knowing how that diversity enriches the student educational experience. By learning from differing backgrounds and perspectives, our graduates are strengthened, inspired and ready to excel in the workforce, in further education and as emergent leaders in their communities.
among top colleges and universities awarding bachelor's degrees to Hispanics
in the nation in awarding baccalaureate degrees to underrepresented students
through LGBTQ History Month, the Lavender Pride graduation ceremony, and special speakers and events
A four-year, $709,564 grant from the U.S. Department of Education will support the development of a National Resource Center for Asian Languages to teach Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese and Japanese.
2,410 international students from 78 nations
56% of bachelor's degree recipients are first-generation university graduates