This chapter introduces the challenges of studying Protestant colleges and universities. It looks at general issues about racial diversity on college campuses and discusses racial diversity as it is situated on Protestant campuses. Differences between mainline and conservative Protestant institutions of higher education as they pertain to issues of racial diversity are also examined.
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