College Freshman 2013-12-03T17:45:48Z
A lot of ethnicities but not a wide variety of beliefs/religions.
College Freshman 2013-11-14T20:50:42Z
There are a ton of international students but they tend to hang out with each other. The school is more diverse than the state of Oregon even though it is still mostly white but that's just because Oregon isn't very diverse.
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T20:56:09Z
there are mainly white people and few other ethnicities
College Sophomore 2013-08-07T02:59:37Z
LGBTQ is on campus, but it's not recognized by the school. You will probably face many difficulties if you are LGBTQ and coming to this school because it is a Christian university. There are many different ethnicities here; it is predominantly white. We do have a very large population of international students from China. Most of the students are Christians, but I would think that's to be expected. However, there are students of different denominations and of even different religions all together. Most students have parents paying for their college; but almost all have scholarships from the institution. Mostly upper-middle class students.
College Senior 2013-07-16T20:08:03Z
One of my favorite things about Fox is how students come from all over the world. I have friends from China, Japan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Rwanda, the Congo, and from all over America. I can see the world through their eyes. Though some international students have initial difficulty adjusting to living away from home, everyone is accepted, loved, and respected.
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