Campus Diversity

Normandale Community College is committed to honoring human differences. As a center of teaching and learning, the college prides itself on being a community in which free and open discussion takes place. We expect and foster tolerance of different values and ideas. We are committed to the principle that all individuals are to be treated with equality and dignity without discrimination regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, economic, and/or marital status.

Normandale Community College is committed to providing an environment that is safe and respectful. The college will work diligently to make sure all our dealings with each other are marked by decency, empathy and civility.

Normandale Community College acknowledges a special responsibility to be sensitive to the concerns of those who are most vulnerable to discrimination and harassment.

Normandale Community College resolutely condemns conduct and expressions of bigotry, hatred, prejudice or disrespect. Such behavior will be regarded as a violation of the standards of conduct required of any person associated with this College. Anyone who believes they have been the target of such behavior has the right to a formal complaint process. Mediation, mutual resolution and, if appropriate, disciplinary action will be pursued in each and every situation.

Campus Diversity Contacts

  • Dionne Doering, Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Debbie Tillman, Director of Academic Support Services
  • Justin Martin, Director of Student Life

Enrollment by Ethnic Code and Gender, Fall 2016 (30th Day)

I. Race/Ethnicity Students Enrolled
American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.4%
Asian 8.4%
Black or African American 14.0%
Hispanic or Latino 10.2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.1%
Two or more races 4.9%
Total Ethnic Enrollment 38.0%
White/Caucasian 58.0%
Nonresident Alien 1.1%
Unknown Race and Ethnicity 2.9%
II. Gender
Female 54.8%
Male 43.7%
No Information 1.5%