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Written by Rachel McElroy
Members of the MSU community are highly interested in learning about the diversity programs and services available on campus. Diversity in the faculty, students, and staff is a major source of MSU’s intellectual vitality and innovative spirit. MSU strives to be a community where people of different cultures, intellectual positions, and lifestyles can reach their full potential. A few courses such as those that fulfill the Integrative and Social Sciences requirement entail the study of diversity, but most students learn about other cultures from everyday interactions. The University saw a 16.5 percent increase in international enrollment last year, with many international students coming from China, Korea, and India. While all points on the political spectrum are represented, the overall population is slightly more liberal than conservative.
Diversity is one MSU’s strongest selling points. The University offers a transition and cultural aid in many residence halls, who helps students learn about and adjust to living with people of different cultures. The Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience gives students the option to live in a multicultural environment and participate in activities with students from different backgrounds. Special housing accommodations are also available for transgender students. Numerous student groups are centered around race, gender, and religion, providing a means for students to meet others with similar beliefs and experiences or explore the different backgrounds of others.
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