Posted by Matthew Lynch on June 10, 2015.

At least on paper, America’s colleges and universities are interested in creating a diverse student population. Though not perfect in practice, U.S. college campuses are increasingly becoming more nuanced in their population makeups in order to more accurately represent the greater population. Part of this is just a reflection of a changing society, but some of it has to do with schools effectively recruiting a student body that has plenty of diversity. This includes recruitment efforts to bring in low-income, first-generation, immigrant and other minority students.

While nearly every college or university has a diversity policy on the books, some are having more success than others.

Read the full article on Diverse Issues in Higher Education.