College Freshman 2013-12-03T14:29:01Z
The diversity on campus is low, but if you are looking for a place to go to find diversity, you should get involved with the Intercultural Student Services. They have a lot of places and events to discuss diversity and culture and learn about other people's backgrounds and where they come from and what they are passionate about.
Recent Alumnus 2013-11-14T19:40:24Z
IWU is almost entirely a white, republican, evangelic christian community. I only knew of 10 or so African-American students on campus during my three years there, and I think that says something if people are keeping track. There was a hate crime there my senior year that the administration made a big deal about (and rightfully so).
Almost every person you talk to comes from a typical christian family and at least 25% of students are preacher's kids.
College Freshman 2013-11-11T21:06:19Z
The diversity on campus is incredible, probably one of the best International Student programs I have ever experienced.
College Sophomore 2013-11-09T21:41:28Z
Seeing as how this is a Christian university, acceptance of people with different backgrounds is fairly average as a whole and terrible on a case by case standpoint. Topics may be brought up among class discussions, but any other time is done with ridicule or rude comments.
College Senior 2013-08-22T15:54:33Z
Our school strives for a diverse student population, but it's difficult to achieve that. Most of our students are White, with very few Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, etc. students. Since it is affiliated with the Wesleyan church, most of our students are Christian, although there is a population of non-Christian students. There are is also a smaller population of homosexual students on campus. Politically, our students love to be socially aware and socially active. Since our mission is to be "world changers," almost everyone desires to be a positive social force during and after our college experience.
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