Recent events that led to increased diversity requirements on campus include pro-Donald Trump chalked messages.

The College Fix reports.

After Trump chalking, university forces students to take ‘minority culture’ class to graduate

At a time when some colleges are implementing their first diversity requirement for graduation, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is doubling its existing requirement.

At a public meeting last week, the Academic Senate voted to require students entering the university in 2018 to take one class each in “non-Western culture” and “U.S. minority culture.” Currently students must take one course that satisfies either of those categories.

The estimated size of 2018’s freshman class is 7,400 students, according to the proposal by the university’s Committee on Race and Ethnicity (CORE) that passed the senate.