Recognized for Ethnic Diversity on Campus
As an urban college designed to serve students from diverse backgrounds, Warner Pacific is being recognized for its ethnic diversity on campus by U.S. News & World Report Best College Guide 2016.
Dr. Daymond Glenn, Vice President for Community Life and Chief Diversity Officer at the College, explains why he was drawn to the diverse mission of Warner Pacific, “I was drawn to the spirit undergirding the mission of the College, not just in terms of its written form, but the divine charge of the College to live up to the reality it espouses. As a Christ-centered institution, planted in an urban environment, with an interdisciplinary response to understanding and solving issues, seeing equity for historical marginalized populations is at the core of who we are and what we are about.”
Warner Pacific is the only college or university in the Northwest (in any category) to be recognized as a place “most likely to encounter undergraduates from a different ethnic group.”