College Freshman 2013-11-09T22:06:22Z
When it comes to diversity, the majority is white. However, I do see that it is diverse, and that they are trying to make it more diverse. Since I have been here, I have met people from different cultures, and it is so interesting learning about them as well. Also, the campus has different ethnicity houses such as the international house, Casa Latina, Harambee, and Asian house, etc. Due to the multiple houses that there is, it is easy to learn about a culture and feel like a part of the community. I have not seen discrimination when it comes to race, and that is something that I really do like. The campus isn't only welcoming to diversity, but it is also welcoming people who like people from the same sex. I also think that this is another good aspect of the college. Knox to me has portrayed to me as a community who welcomes you for who you are and doesn't judge you, something that it is very difficult to find.
College Junior 2013-08-23T19:22:09Z
Campus boasts an incredible amount of diversity, especially for a small Midwestern school, and is welcoming to all students. No matter a student's race, ethnicity, nation of origin, sexual orientation, gender presentation, socioeconomic status, religious belief, political ideology, etc., there is a place for them at Knox.
College Sophomore 2013-08-19T18:30:47Z
No two Knox students are alike. Not only are people racially and culturally diverse, but the range of interests and personalities on this campus is unbelievable. One of the things that I appreciate most about being here is that students are so involved on campus in so many different areas of interest. If you're an athlete at Knox, chances are you also like to write poetry or are involved in Greek Life. No one here just participates in one activity.
College Junior 2013-06-21T18:25:19Z
There are tons of international students which allows for an eye opening experience in the class room!
College Junior 2012-07-14T02:09:30Z
Everyone Is Accepted. If anything Knox College should be known for its diversity. There are people from various countries, and people with very different backgrounds. My first year roommate was from India, and had lived in China. I have friends from Nigeria, as well as America. Not only are people from different places and backgrounds, but the students of Knox College are also really accepting of all these differences. I have met people who were born in America and grew up in Tanzania. Also I can meet someone who is an atheist, and the next day talk to someone about how they are Catholic. Knox College is one of the most diverse places I've been to, and I can say that I've met a large amount of very different people in such a small area.
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