New MSU diversity plan would require two equity and inclusion courses to graduate

Corey Walker
The College Fix

Excerpt: Michigan State University recently published a 77-page diversity, equity and inclusion framework that lists dozens of goals to infuse the progressive ideology into every aspect of campus life, from curriculum to hiring practices to funding priorities.

Among the recommendations is to implement “a minimum of two DEI-related requirements in the formal curriculum for undergraduate students,” the document states. Another stated goal is to establish a “curriculum task force … to identify ways to incorporate DEI within university-wide undergraduate requirements.” The framework also recommends adding a “required component to New Student Orientation” focused on diversity, equity and inclusion. MSU spokesperson Dan Olsen told the Lansing State Journal that campus leaders are “exploring the feasibility of those recommendations. The next step is to determine what appropriate metrics should be put forward, and then implementation,” he said.