College Sophomore 2013-12-08T22:08:26Z
This is one the most diverse places I've lived, which says a lot. Students are drawn to this school because of the various options in majors, clubs, food, religious practices and cultural differences. I've had friends from Japan and Kenya teaching me their first language and making their native food. I've had deep political and philosophical conversations with people of opposing views. Once you've lived here for some time, you become more accepting.
College Freshman 2013-12-05T21:08:37Z
Very few people even notice color, apparent wealth, or sexual orientation. Everybody is highly accepting, so far as I have noticed.
College Senior 2013-11-18T18:51:40Z
I love the diversity in this school. I haven't experienced any judgement.
College Junior 2013-11-12T03:24:58Z
There's not a lot of diversity. Most students are liberal, there's not a lot of religious presence on campus, but there are a few christian groups that meet throughout the week. Not a lot of ethnic diversity, but everyone is very accepting of what's there and that goes the same for sexual orientation.
College Freshman 2013-11-06T22:05:55Z
I would have to say that the college community is very accepting to diversity, but it just so happens that there is not much of it, in regards to minority groups. The campus predominantly white, as well as liberal.
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