Statement on Diversity | Diverse Multicultural Body of Students
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Statement on Diversity

Redstone College is committed to serving a diverse multicultural body of students in an atmosphere that promotes pride, respect, and teamwork.

In order to offer quality, career-focused programs that meet the diverse needs of different communities and different people, we will provide a learning climate that recognizes the richness of diverse thinking, the value of alternative perspectives, and the importance of respect for oneself and others.

To our students, from diverse backgrounds and with differing career choices, we commit to addressing your individual needs. We will strive to provide our students broad access to a variety of career-focused, appealing programs that will assist them in launching, enhancing, or changing careers.

To our campus and campus community, we commit to recruit an experienced and qualified faculty and staff who are reflective of the infinitely varied human talent available. We recognize the unique nature of our campus community, particularly their workforce needs, and our connection to this community through Redstone College’s employment opportunities and student enrollment.

Redstone College Student Diversity Percent

Male

95%

Female

5%

Nonresident Alien

0%

Hispanic/Latino

14%

American Indian or Alaska Native

2%

Asian

3%

Black or African American

6%

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander e

0%

White

65%

Two or more races

4%

Race and ethnicity unknown

6%

Recipient of Federal Pell Grant

82%

Gender/Race Data Source:
IPEDS Fall Enrollment Summary, 2013-2014 reporting year; Fall 2013 Cohort; % of enrolled full-time students

Pell Grant Data Source:
IPEDS Student Financial Aid, 2013-2014 reporting year; Fall 2012 Cohort; % of full time,first-time degree-/certificate-seeking undergraduates receiving aid any time during the full aid year (academic year 2011-2012)