There was a public law 167, which was amended in 2007 and is to the Indiana Code that demands the creation of a diversity committee at each and every public higher institutes of learning in the Indiana (Brown, et al. 58). The diversity imitative can be realized through the following:
By promoting the racial diversity; this can be realized by offering students with the chance to study and work jointly with undergraduates that come from different racial and ethnic groups that are not from that of their own.
Diversity can also be achieved by striking a good balance for the individuals who enjoy the availability of the opposite sex. This is possible by getting the right male to female ratio for the student body to be well balanced.
It should also be a perfect college of students that come from any state. Indiana State University should be a preferred college for students from any place in the United States. They should derive a geographical diversity to every institution by having a look at the place where matriculated undergraduates lived prior to attending the college. They should try to achieve a situation where the number of students by percentage is almost the same across the country.
Age is also a critical factor when it comes to diversity. The college should have a student body that represents a well-blended in terms of ages and generations. The university must its environment an all-inclusive ground by making it conducive for both the majority and minority groups.