College Junior 2013-09-27T17:05:20Z
I would say that they do not judge anyone for any reason at Friends. I have had nothing but a positive experience while attending there.
College Junior 2013-06-26T22:43:48Z
I came from a pretty small school. So, the diversity is a lot better than from where I graduated high school from. It opened my eyes to this type of racial diversity. I was raised in a very accepting and humble household, so I don't discriminate by any means. Friends University is the same to me. But, it doesn't receive an A because I'm sure that there are better diversified schools out there.
College Junior 2013-04-03T03:22:16Z
Being a christian School, once someone announces they are atheist or non affiliate to religion, judgements are easily assumed by many. Although, they are willing to accept anyone else, gay, poor, rich, middle class, black, white. Though I have noticed Asians can be left out quite alot.
College Sophomore 2012-09-29T01:24:09Z
Most people are Christian because it is a Quaker college. Many people can be very close-minded, especially when it comes to sexual orientation.
College Senior 2012-04-10T16:00:30Z
Mostly Whites and Blacks but Lots of Integration – Our college is very open minded and I have encountered very little racism, sexism, or prejudice towards gays. Even though the diversity within our school is mostly white or black there are a few Asians, some Hispanics, and some people from different countries. I have noticed that there is a lot of mixing between different races though.
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