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The University's Diversity Action has distributed a survey on campus to better understand the expectations of the UA community. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest importance or level of understanding, the council would like your opinion on:
How important do you consider diversity in the UA community?
How much understanding do you think the general UA community has on
How much importance do you place on your role of bringing awareness to
the UA community? (accountability)
How much emphasis should be placed on student success, regarding diversity?
Respondents are welcome to make additional comments. Responses can be sent to: Vermonja Alston at firstname.lastname@example.org or University Services Building, Room 219, by Friday, Sept. 10th. Responses will assist the council in developing its Oct. 31 diversity summit.
The Diversity Action Council, created in 1990, is appointed by the UA president and is representative of the greater campus community. It functions in an advisory capacity to the President's Office and administration. The mission of the council is to actively promote an increased awareness of and a shared commitment to inclusiveness and diversity throughout the UA.