Learn about the many ways that we celebrate diversity on campus. Diversity refers to the individual and group social differences that exist among people, including but not limited to socioeconomic backgrounds, race, age, ethnicity, the nation of origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, and disabilities.
We acknowledge and embrace the importance of diversity in today’s world and provide community experiences for a diverse campus life. There are many opportunities to learn about other cultures and lifestyle differences at various programming, activities, and events throughout the year, including a Diversity Topics Luncheon held each semester.
We are committed to providing equal access to academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs for all qualified individuals with disabilities and are here to help you navigate the process of securing accommodations.
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Safe Zone Campus
The Safe Zone training program for faculty and staff of Keystone College aims to create a visible network of support for LGBTQ individuals and their allies.
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Diverse Student Clubs and Organizations
Keystone Anime Intelligence, or K.A.I., is a club focused on Japanese animation bringing anime fans together in a place they can freely express their likes of Japanese culture in anime.
Mofyah Step Team
Mofyah Step Team involves students in an activity that promotes cultural diversity, sisterhood, and unity both on campus and in the community.
Multicultural Affairs Student Association (MCASA)
MCASA seeks to promote diversity awareness, cultivate interest in diverse heritages, provide experiences, friendship, and happiness in the pursuit and development of our education of multiculturalism.
Opposing Prejudice Ending Negativity (O.P.E.N.)
O.P.E.N. provides Keystone students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, questioning and heterosexual a safe place to discuss their feelings and fears related to sexual orientation.