- Students engaged in diverse experiential learning opportunities—95 percent participate in internships, 77 percent are involved in undergraduate research, and 90 percent engage in one or more of the 275 student organizations.
- The newly renovated Frederick Douglass Commons opened. Visitors enjoy a reinvented space that includes a variety of dining option, including a kosher kitchen, allergen-free zones, and a community kitchen; a large event space for cultural expos, department fairs, concerns, and speaking events; and the new Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center and the new Language Center.
- The commitment to community-engaged learning was furthered by taking learning beyond the classroom. Students now have access to more than 40 courses in which they can explore such topics as American Sign Language, positive youth development, urban crime and justice, and water use and conservation.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2017