Carolina’s Pan-University Diversity Plan
The University’s Diversity Plan was implemented in Fall 2006. The plan is designed to strengthen Carolina’s commitment to diversity by establishing a common set of goals for University leaders and an avenue for sharing related strategies and outcomes.
The Diversity Plan requires that schools and units develop goals and objectives based on the five diversity goals, identify action steps to accomplish these objectives, and conduct evaluations of the unit’s accomplishments of the goals or objectives.
For a copy of the current Diversity Plan Report in PDF form please click here.
Follow the links below for more information about the scope, potential benchmarks and action steps for each goal.
Clearly define and publicize the University’s commitment to diversity.
Achieve the critical masses of underrepresented populations necessary to ensure the educational benefits of diversity in faculty, staff, students and executive, administrative and managerial positions.
Make high quality diversity education, orientation, and training available to all members of the university community.
Create and sustain a climate in which respectful discussions of diversity are encouraged and take leadership in creating opportunities for interaction and cross group learning.
Support further research to advance the University’s commitment to diversity and to assess the ways in which diversity advances the University’s mission.