This library guide was created to support the University’s goal to increase the diversity of faculty, staff and students. Resources listed on this guide have been selected to assist in the recruiting and hiring process as well as aid instructors and students with promoting diversity in the classroom.
We welcome your suggestions for additional items to be added to this library guide. Please join the discussion board in the left column to participate in the conversation about diversity and multicultural education at Wichita State or make suggestions about this guide.
The University's strategic plan strives in part to:
-- Pioneer an educational experience for all that integrates interdisciplinary curricula across the university
-- Empower students to create a campus culture and experience that meets their changing needs
-- Be a campus that reflects - in staff, faculty and students - the evolving diversity of society
Relevant Wichita State University offices, departments and links, including equal employment opportunity and affirmative action information.
|Total number of instructional faculty||788||857||828|
|Total number of faculty who are members of minority groups||87||111||126|
|Total number of faculty who are women||375||426||419|
|Total number of faculty who are men||413||431||409|
|Total number of staff||1810||1794||1743|
|Total number of staff who are members of minority groups||444||420||414|
|Total number of staff who are women||1000||982||970|
|Total number of staff who are men||810||812||773|
*These numbers are a snapshot of employees on the 1st of July each year.
Faculty statistics come from the Common Data Set, which contains a variety of data about Wichita State University and is also used by many other universities, which provides the same reporting standards for all universities. See the Office of Planning and Analysis for more information.
These statistics come from the Common Data Set, which contains a variety of data about Wichita State University and is also used by many other universities, which provides the same reporting standards for all universities. The Office of Financial Aid Consumer Information page also includes statistics about the student body. See the Office of Planning and Analysis for more information.
|Total Undergraduates 2013-2014||Total Undergraduates 2014-2015||Total Undergraduates 2015-2016|
|Nonresident aliens (international students)||865||936||855|
|Black or African American, non-Hispanic||675||692||637|
|American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic||102||105||85|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic||18||12||9|
|Two or more races, non-Hispanic||280||378||423|
|Race and/or ethnicity unknown||445||436||355|
|Total Undergraduate Students 2013-2014||Total Graduate Students 2013-2014||Total Undergraduate Students 2014-2015||Total Graduate Students 2014-2015||Total Undergraduate Students 2015-2016||Total Graduate Students 2015-2016|