By now, we know that college towns in Ohio and Florida are among the most racially diverse in the country.
But where does this diversity come from?
And what are the biggest lessons learned from these college towns?
We’ve compiled this list of local college towns with the largest percentage of African Americans in their student body, along with the types of colleges that offer the best opportunities for minorities to thrive in the communities around them.
The University of Cincinnati (Ohio) has one of the most progressive student bodies in the United States.
The university’s campus includes several African American colleges and universities, and is home to the University of Central Florida.
The University of Florida, which is located in Gainesville, Florida, is also a nationally ranked institution with over 100 black alumni and students.
In 2015, the University accepted over 7,000 African American students from around the country and was the nation’s second largest recipient of African American enrollment, behind only the University at Buffalo.
In 2016, the university’s student body enrolled almost 30 percent of its students from underrepresented groups.
In 2018, the student body was over 40 percent African American, making the University one of only a handful of institutions in the US to have a majority African American student body.
The number of African students enrolled in the university has also risen over the last two years, as enrollment has grown by over 5,000 students over the past four years.
The students from across the country who attend UF are often called “underrepresented minorities” because they don’t typically see the light of day.
But UF is an amazing place to learn, work, and live.
The Cleveland Institute of Art (Ohio), a historically black college located in the heart of the city, is home of the Ohio University’s Art Institute, which houses the College of Design.
While the college has been known as one of Ohio’s top creative schools for a long time, its enrollment of students from many underrepresented ethnic groups has risen over time.
The art school’s enrollment of underrepresented minorities increased by 4 percent over the 2016-2017 academic year.
Students at the Art Institute are known for their strong support of minority students, particularly Asian American students, and the university also offers a mentoring program for African American high school students.
In 2018, about 1,200 students from a diverse range of backgrounds attended the Ohio Institute of Technology, a historically Black university in the city of Columbus.
The school, which opened in the late 1960s, has an international focus and its alumni include African American civil rights leader John Lewis.
Ohio has an African American and Hispanic student body of about 9,000 and has made strides toward increasing the number of minority members on its campus.
In 2017, more than 1,000 Asian Americans attended the University Of Texas at Austin.
The Asian American student population at UT Austin increased by about 6 percent during the 2016 academic year, making it the most Asian American school in the nation.
While Texas has a reputation for high academic achievement, Asian American and minority students are still at a disadvantage in the academic achievement and job opportunities available to them.