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Campus Alert

Diversity and inclusion are components of the College’s General Education courses, incorporating learning experiences to help students identify their roles as global citizens in a multicultural country and world. 

A number of these courses carry a diversity designation, indicating that a significant portion of the class incorporates themes or topics related to cultural differences, groups that have been historically marginalized, or intellectual movements that address systems of injustice. 

To support a Maryland state initiative and the College’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, graduates in Associate of Arts degree programs must complete two diversity-designated courses. 

View the list of General Education Diversity Courses in our current college catalog.