Why Diversity Should Matter to You
It's quite possible you've heard that diversity is important to the university experience, but what do we mean when we discuss the topic of diversity?
Often when we speak of diversity, which is defined as "variety", what we mean is multiculturalism, or the acceptance of individuals of different ethnicities, cultures, races, religions and financial backgrounds.
How does this translate to the university experience?
When most students seek diversity on campus, what they are looking for are opportunities to express themselves and find community with others who believe the same way, as well as opportunities to learn from those from different cultures and backgrounds.
The university years provide a one of a kind opportunity for students to have exposure to other backgrounds and cultures. Students should look for a university administration that is not only encouraging diversity institutionally, but also fostering an atmosphere where students can exchange different perspectives and ideas in positive and meaningful ways.
Start now by Learning About Diversity at American Indian College, and how it Compares to Other Schools in the U.S..
Very Good Diversity Overall
The overall diversity ranking is created by combining the results of ethnic, geographic, gender and age diversity.
Ranked #681 nationwide, American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc is above average in overall diversity.
Campus is Above Average in Ethnic Diversity
Ethnically-diverse colleges offer students the opportunity to study and learn from with undergraduates from racial and ethnic groups that are different from their own.
A ranking of #796 for ethnic diversity means American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc is above average nationally.
Explore American Indian College Ethnic Diversity
The chart below will also display the diversity of faculty at American Indian College when it is available.
Equal Balance of Male and Female Students
If you desire a campus with a nice mix of males and females, this may be the school for you.
At American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc, the male to female student ratio is far above the national average of about 40:60 with a student body that is equally balanced.
This college is ranked at #530 in male to female diversity nationwide. The undergraduate population is comprised of 42 males and 49 females.
Analyze Male/Female Diversity at American Indian College
Where available, the chart below includes the male to female ratio among American Indian College's faculty, as well as students.
Geographic Diversity is Average
Would you prefer a college that attracts students from all across the United States, or would you prefer a local college that primarily pulls students from your home state?
In order to come up with the geographic diversity for each school, we looked at where every student resided before they attended college.
About 75.0% of the students attending American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc come from within Arizona. This makes American Indian College an average school when it comes to this factor and gives it a national geographic diversity ranking of #1,349.
Explore Nationwide Geographic Diversity
The undergraduate student body is split among 3 states (may include Washington D.C.), as shown in the chart below.
Age Diversity Unknown
Some students may prefer to be surrounded by students from the same age range, while others seek input from other generations.
Traditionally, undergraduate students range in age from 18 to 22. We were able to determine the student body age rage for most of the schools in our database. Unfortunately, we were not able to do so for American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc, as the information is not available.
Questions About Diversity
- How is American Indian College doing at attracting students from all economic backgrounds?
Schools with higher than average ethnic and location diversity still may not be diverse when it comes to other factors, such as economic backgrounds. Get a better idea of how American Indian College supports low-income students by visiting the Financial Aid Page.
- How important is diversity to American Indian College?
Get in touch with the school to learn about what they are doing to improve diversity, and what student groups, associations and clubs are present that encourage diversified points of views on campus.