Diversity at Roberts
Our Commitment to Diversity
Roberts Wesleyan College believes that all people are created in the image of God. Therefore, the College values and affirms human diversity, and is committed to providing a supportive environment that promotes awareness of, sensitivity to, and appreciation of human diversity.
Specifically, the College seeks to reflect the richness of human diversity within its students, staff, faculty, administration, and Board of Trustees as a manifestation of its Christian heritage. The Free Methodist Church, with whom the College and Seminary share a covenantal affiliation, was founded as part of a reform movement which emphasized the rights of under-represented populations.
BELL Program Featured in RBJ Article on "New & Renewed Workforce Opportunities"January 31, 2019
Roberts'BELL programwas recentlyhighlighted in an article from the Rochester Business Journal entitled, "Local colleges offer new and renewed workforce opportunities". This article featured Kym Woodard, director of the BELL program, and Julianne Warren, graduate of the BELL program,who shared insight into howBELL students learn the basics of having a job and interacting with others in an educational setting.Per the article:
Across the county, Roberts Wesleyan College’s Bridge to Earning...(Read More)
Roberts Marks Black History Month with Combined Gospel Choir Performance on Feb. 2January 28, 2019
Roberts Wesleyan College and Baber African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, will host a joint gospel choir performance in celebration of Black History Month on Saturday, February 2 at 7:30 p.m. The performance will take place in the Hale Auditorium of the Howard Stowe Roberts Cultural Life Center, located at 2301 Westside Drive, North Chili.
The concert will be a collaboration between the Roberts Wesleyan College Gospel Choir and the Voice of Praise Choir from Baber AME Church. Attendees wil...(Read More)