Historically Black College/University?
Common States of Residence
- Foreign countries
Student Age Breakdown
Under 18: 1%
African American: 3%
Asian American: 7%
Native American: 0%
There are gay students at Bradley, but their presence isn't too noticeable. Common Ground, a student organization focused on the acceptance of homosexuality and bisexuality, is a fairly well-known group. Bradley is somewhat liberal, so students are accepting of the gay community, though it isn't prevalent.
Bradley students are mostly politically apathetic. You won't see a march, a protest, or even a petition on any issue. The school has been ranked among the most politically apathetic in the country, and rightfully so. Students who do have an opinion tend to lean more toward the liberal side.
Bradley is said to be attended by rich kids from Chicago suburbs, but the population is generally middle class. However, as a relatively inexpensive private school, there are students from all economic classes. Some get their educations paid for by their families, and others take out student loans and work to get through school.
Most Common Religions
Christianity and Judaism are the most prevalent religions on campus. Most students fall into one of those groups, but there are other religions represented on campus, and the Bradley community is accepting of those, as well.
Minority Clubs on Campus
There is a variety of minority clubs on campus, but some stick out more than others. The Black Student Alliance, for example, is a familiar group on campus. They host various events for African Americans throughout the school year. There are also organizations for Latino students, Indian students, Arab students, and others. There are also groups for gay students, Jewish students, vegetarian students, and so on.