Leftist policies are so great they have to be required.

The College Fix reports.

Evangelical college imposes diversity requirements as controversial black professor leaves

Wheaton College’s provost of 20 years is stepping down after a contentious few months in which a theological dispute with a black professor has brought to light debates on how evangelicals should engage in discussions on diversity.

But Stanton Jones is otherwise leaving on a high note. New diversity requirements known as “Global Perspectives” and “Diversity in the United States,” the product of a decade-plus overhaul of the core curriculum, is being finalized this spring and takes effect in the fall.

It has provoked no known significant opposition or criticism at an institution sometimes referred to as the Harvard of Christian colleges – perhaps because the diversity requirement is relatively easy to satisfy.

Wheaton’s undergraduate minority enrollment this fall stood at 8.6 percent Asian American, 5.5 percent Latino American, 4.7 percent “two or more races,” 2.7 percent international and 2.6 percent African American – more than 1 in 5 Wheaton students are “of color.”

New provost Margaret Diddams, scheduled to start June 1, comes from Seattle Pacific University, which has the highest percentage of Asian and multiracial students among the 13-member Christian College Consortium.