Emmanuel College has been included in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2011” list. The school, based in Franklin Springs, Ga., is mentioned as one of the most ethnically diverse colleges in the South, ranking alongside larger schools including Newberry University, Mars Hill College and Southeastern University.
“We are thrilled to be noted among the top colleges in the South for racial diversity,” said Wendy Vinson, Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing at Emmanuel College. “Emmanuel has much to offer all students seeking a Christ-centered education, including a diverse student body.”
One of Emmanuel’s goals is to increase student diversity by two percent, said Vinson. The school currently has 770 students with 19 percent ethnic diversity.