To fix things I would start by eliminating the virtually useless government propped up accreditation agencies as I've discussed here and here.
As philosopher Robert Koons says in his excellent article on education:
Eliminate or ignore accreditation. The regional accrediting
bodies are little more than higher-education cartels, ensuring
that students can go to any college they like so long as they are
all the same. They discourage competition and are sustained
by the power of the federal government, which denies all
federal aid to students in non-accredited institutions. We
should replace “official” accreditation with private companies
that provide impartial, third-party assessments,
UC Davis has a Diversity Trainers Institute under an Administrator of Diversity Education, who presumably coordinates with the Cross-Cultural Center. It also has: a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center; a Sexual Harassment Education Program; a Diversity Program Coordinator; an Early Resolution Discrimination Coordinator; a Diversity Education Series that awards Understanding Diversity Certificates in “Unpacking Oppression”; and Cross-Cultural Competency Certificates in “Understanding Diversity and Social Justice.” California’s budget crisis has not prevented UC San Francisco from creating a new Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Outreach to supplement UCSF’s Office of Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Diversity, and the Diversity Learning Center (which teaches how to become “a Diversity Change Agent”), and the Center for LGBT Health and Equity, and the Office of Sexual Harassment Prevention & Resolution, and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committees on Diversity, and on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues, and on the Status of Women.