Alliant enrolls students from more than 75 countries and 49 states.
The Fall 2011 entering class at Alliant includes students from 35 states and 35 countries.
Named 2011 Top Producer of Graduate Degrees for Minorities in a total of 20 categories by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education including:
- #1 in awarding doctorates in psychology to African Americans, Hispanics, Asian Americans and Native Americans, this year
- #6 in awarding doctorates in all disciplines combined to Hispanics
- #8 for awarding degrees in Business to minorities
- #12 for awarding degrees in all disciplines combined to minorities
Thirty-four percent (34%) of Alliant students identify as people of color.
The Clinical PsyD Program in Los Angeles was the 2010 recipient of the American Psychological Association’s Suinn Award for excellence in the recruitment and retention of ethnic minority students.
Military Times EDGE magazine named Alliant to its list, “Best for Vets: College 2010,” while GI Jobs magazine named Alliant as one of its “Military Friendly Schools” for the second year in a row. These accolades places Alliant amongst the top 20% of undergraduate and graduate programs around the country in its support, inclusion, and advocacy for veterans’ education and services.
79% of Alliant students in the 2011 Student Satisfaction Survey agreed that “Alliant respects and values multicultural and international diversity.”