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Diversity at St. Louis Community College

St. Louis Community College defines diversity as an inclusive collection of individuals and groups who bring varied human characteristics, cultural and life experiences, interests, and points of view to enrich a community.

Our Position

St. Louis Community College will foster an atmosphere of appreciation for all people, regardless of differences in race, color, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability or class. The college will create a climate of mutual respect that embraces and celebrates diversity. Our students, faculty, and staff will reflect the diversity of our society. A strong institutional commitment to diversity will prepare all learners to succeed in a global workforce.

District Diversity Council

The District Diversity Council was created in 2001 and is charged with promoting an atmosphere of appreciation for all people at St. Louis Community College regardless of differences in race, gender, age, lifestyle, disability and class. The council works to ensure the curriculum will be more inclusive; the campus activities will create a climate of mutual respect; and faculty, staff, and students will reflect the diversity of our society.