President's Commission on Diversity
Established in 2000, the President's Commission on College Diversity was established to advise the college president on the institution's effectiveness in fostering inclusive practices that enhance cultural awareness and understanding.
As a four-year comprehensive public college, Lewis-Clark State College is committed to providing a learning environment that affords people of all backgrounds and identities the opportunity to achieve their highest educational goals. We are especially cognizant of the distinctive relationship between Lewis-Clark State College and Native Americans because of the historical significance, proximity and frequent collaboration with the Nez Perce Tribe on projects and programs of mutual benefit. The college's educational and enrichment programs, curricula, faculty, staff and students benefit from the promotion of awareness, acceptance, and knowledge of the distinct cultural, ethnic, and life experience differences that contribute to individual and group identity.