Washington Adventist University aims to be a premiere place to learn, grow, and work and recognizes that people are mostly likely to flourish and experience transformative growth when they are supported by a community that truly cares. The University therefore will seek to become a model caring community and will pursue this goal through its commitment to intentionally embrace diversity and intercultural understanding. All groups on campus regardless of their ethnicity, culture, gender, religion, and physical condition are gifted, valued, appreciated and included. The diversity program at Washington Adventist University is spiritual focused.
Assist the office of the President in developing and facilitating understanding and benefits of practicing principles of diversity in the light of Washington Adventist University core values
Coordinates campus wide program in cooperation with Administration, deans of the three schools, and diversity committees.
Developing helpful programs.
Looking out for minority students and faculty that are underrepresented on campus.
Work with and through the office of Vice President for Student Life to coordinate minority organizations on campus.
Offer diversity training and development, and conflict resolutions.
Other special needs.