DI- twice; two-; double.
DI-VERSE: showing a great deal of variety; very different.
DI-VERS-ITY: the state of being diverse; variety.
UNI- one; having or consisting of one.
While, by definition, "universe" means "the cosmos," and "university" means a college, would it be wrong to use them in a sense meaning the opposite of "diverse" or "diversity"?
i.e. The university of the establishment is quite the opposite of its diverse counterpart.