Diversity is not only one of the eight “common elements” that underlie our K-State 2025 vision and goals, but it is also a value we embrace as an institution that is critically important to the future of our students, our faculty and staff, and our university community. It is core to our mission and embedded in our principles of community.
Following the completion of the K-State 2025 university visionary plan, the President's Commission on Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Diversity were asked to recommend a university diversity strategic action plan aligned with K-State 2025. The Draft K-State 2025 Diversity Strategic Action Plan builds on the work of two previous five-year diversity strategic plans (pdf) with directional goals in ten key areas, short-, intermediate-, and long-term outcomes, and suggested activities.
Hearing from the K-State community is important for all our strategic action plans. Please review the draft plan and provide your feedback below. Online comments will be collected through May 5, 2014, and the plan will be finalized in May. As with our other plans, all feedback will be compiled and reported anonymously with no personal identifiers and the compiled report will be shared with the campus community.
Letter to Campus from Provost Mason, March 26, 2014
Online comments will be collected from March 25, 2014 through May 5, 2014.