A new study shows that the top universities in the United States are the ones with the highest diversity.
The Pew Research Center’s Diversity Index 2015 shows that more than 80 percent of the top 100 universities in America are in one of six diverse regions.
The most diverse of those are in the Northeast, with 84 percent of its universities in one or more of those regions.
While diversity has been a major theme in the presidential election, it’s not a new phenomenon.
In fact, as many as seven years ago, there was a survey of top universities that showed that the U.S. has one of the most segregated campuses in the world.
As a result, the U,S.
Department of Education issued guidance in 2008 requiring all universities to report diversity on their campuses.
It also recommended that schools increase the number of minorities in their faculty, staff and student body.
At the time, there were many schools that didn’t comply with that guidance.
The Education Department also proposed to require colleges and universities to implement affirmative action policies.
In 2014, the Obama administration released an updated version of the policy, which said colleges and schools must use racial equity measures to help the “affirmative action system” work.
“Our diversity mission is clear, and we will continue to lead the way on diversity, inclusion, and inclusion of all people, including minorities, women, people of color, LGBT people, and people with disabilities,” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said in a statement at the time.
“I encourage all schools, universities and their communities to be committed to building a diverse campus that is both a place of learning and an inspiring place of opportunity.”
While many schools have taken advantage of the federal guidance and have implemented more diversity measures, others have not.
The U.K. has been one of those, with some schools adopting diversity programs but others doing so only at the fringes.
The top schools in the U.,S.
The University of California system has one out of the six largest academic divisions in the country, and the largest in the entire country, with more than 400,000 students.
The University of Illinois system has the third largest, with nearly 50,000 undergraduates.
The state university system has about 6,400 students.
The U.C. system has just over 4,000 enrolled undergraduates, while the University of Southern California has about 3,400.
The universities with the largest enrollment of students are the University at Buffalo, which has about 1,000, and Michigan State University, which is about 1.2 million.
The remaining institutions are scattered around the nation, with the top 10 most diverse colleges in the nation being the University Of Texas at Austin, with 1,400; the University The Ohio State University has 1,081, and Virginia Commonwealth University has 928.
The list includes institutions in Texas, Louisiana, Ohio, Indiana, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Louisiana State, Georgia Southern, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, Texas Tech, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky State, Vanderbilt, South Dakota, Tennessee Tech, Texas State, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Mississippi Valley State, Southern Mississippi, Montana, Montana State, Utah State, Wyoming, Nebraska, Idaho, Wyoming State, Missouri State, Nebraska State, Nevada, Wyoming Southern, Montana Tech, Oregon State, North Dakota State, Oregon, Utah, Iowa, Illinois, Northwestern, Illinois State, Purdue, Texas, Northwestern State, Iowa State, Penn State, Wisconsin Tech, Purdue State, University of Wyoming, University Of Montana, University At Buffalo, and University of Virginia.