Pursuant to the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, Colleges and Universities must make available to current and prospective students information about student body diversity, including the percentage of enrolled full-time students who are male, female, self- identified members of a major racial or ethnic group, and those who receive a Federal Pell Grant. The information is as follows:
Male – %
Female – %
Black or African American – %
Asian – %
White – %
Foreign National – %
Hispanic or Latino – %
American Indian or Alaska Native –%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander –%
Two or More –%
Unknown – %
First-time Undergraduate Pell recipients –%
*Student Body Information reported in IPEDS
Diversity is a multidimensional, all-encompassing concept that recognizes and embraces the richness of human differences. As a practical matter, it is important that Beauty Anatomy Institute define diversity with sufficient clarity, given the inherent obscurity of the term and the frequently mis-informed discussions that surround it.
The term “diversity” is not a code for race, ethnicity, or gender by themselves. While Beauty Anatomy Institute board’s concept of diversity may include these factors, it is far more inclusive, surrounding significant qualities and capabilities that can influence learning in and out of the classroom.
Beauty Anatomy Institute’s Workplace Equity and Performance seeks to embrace diversity and strengthen our community across local, national and global settings. In an educational institution, the diversity of experience, diversity of opinion and diversity of culture background not only enrich our quest for knowledge, they are vital to our success.
Beauty Anatomy Institute recognizes the significance of honoring differences year-round by creating a comprehensive environment that fosters appreciation and respect for the varied celebrations related to holidays and other events.