Diversity is not a goal. It’s an essential part of our identity.
We move beyond the notion of diversity as just an aesthetic; rather, we believe it is a systematic approach that is an essential element in fulfilling our mission and purpose. As such, we developed a framework for diversity that serves as a tool to help the College more clearly define, organize, and assess its diversity efforts.
The Warner Pacific diversity framework consists of five tenets:
- Multicultural Education
- Multicultural Programs
- Equitable Campus Culture
- Community Collaborations
- Social Justice & Action
Additionally, the Chief Diversity Officer commissioned an Institutional Diversity Committee that will work across all departments in helping to establish institutional priorities, goals, objectives, timelines, and assessments related to diversity.
For more information, please contact Dr. Daymond Glenn, Vice President for Community Life and Chief Diversity Officer.