Diversity at Carleton
Carleton College defines itself as an institution that values diversity. This is reflected in the importance and pride the College places in a student body that includes a balanced number of men and women, and includes people from a variety of racial, ethnic, socio-economic, religious, sexual, and national identities. The College recognizes the traditional liberal arts goal of expanding students intellectual horizons by exposing all students both to a diversity of cultures and to an analysis of the experience of being different.
- Read Carleton College's statement on diversity, developed by the Diversity Interest Group (DIG) and approved by the College in 2007.
- The Admissions site's Diversity On Campus page provides an overview of campus offices, groups, and resources that promote diversity at Carleton.