Strategic Diversity Planning
The diversity plan addresses organizational or external barriers to diversity and inclusion and enhance our campus environment wherein students and employees continue to meaningfully engage, see themselves credibly and fully participate in opportunities for ownership in campus life.
KSUnite is a rallying cry that joins the entire university family together to uphold the value of human diversity and inclusion for community
The commission is charged to provide leadership and coordination to all related campus programs and activities and assist in creating and developing a university climate of inclusiveness and diversity.
Each academic college has designated a Diversity Point Person, or DPP, to provide insight and guidance, seeking to advance diversity and inclusion across campus. Additionally, DPPs can answer questions about diversity policies or serve as a resource in a variety of arenas.
K-State 2025 calls for "a work environment that encourages creativity, excellence, and high morale in faculty and staff, responds to changing needs, embraces diversity, values communication and collaboration, and is respectful, trusting, fair and collegial for all."
As envisioned, our multicultural center will be a living laboratory for student engagement that supports our values of inclusion and provide all students opportunity to engage in experiential learning through the planning and realization of diversity and inclusion programs and events that prepare students for global citizenry.