The economic diversity at FHU is tremendous. There are some students that are struggling to get by on loans, and there are others whose parents are paying their way through. However, this is no barrier for the students. It's hard to pick out which student belongs to which financial "class" simply because everyone meshes together so well. The same diversity cannot be said for ethnicity, though. The majority of students is Caucasian, with only a small percentage are African American, Asian, and Hispanic students. The gap in religious diversity is even greater. While there are some Catholics and other Christian denominations, most students are members of the Church of Christ. Generally, students are kind but not accepting of another "religion."
There are many international students at FHU, and they are all treated very well. Students from the United States welcome their peers from Brazil, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Canada, Ireland, Peru, Japan, South Korea, and Italy with open arms. There are many countries represented at FHU, and, although there is sometimes a language barrier, most domestic students accept the international students as one of their own.