College Freshman 2013-11-18T20:53:19Z
Everyone on campus is very accepting. There are even specific groups for the different orientations that people identify themselves to.
College Freshman 2013-11-06T08:13:16Z
SOU is one of the most gay-friendly schools in the nation, or at least the west coast, and people are very open about their sexual orientation. There's a lot of International students, though most American students are white, there is a bunch of economic diversity.
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T21:48:38Z
The students are primarily white, but everyone tends to be extremely accepting of different races, backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
College Sophomore 2013-08-07T19:04:12Z
The school is pretty scanty in terms of ethnic diversity (it's pretty pasty overall), and most of the diversity in that respect comes from the studying-abroad students. There's a lot of great support and community around gender and sexual orientation, though, with several clubs to that respect, flexible housing options, and a general open-mindedness on campus. The school body is certainly more liberal-leaning, and particularly outspoken conservatives might meet some opposition there. For religious diversity, it seems that atheists and Christians are in the majority, and there's certainly options for the latter, with nearby churches and bible-study groups.
College Senior 2013-07-16T21:45:11Z
The campus is fairly diverse with its clubs, events, and resource centers. The student population is somewhat diverse, most students are from Oregon and California, but there are many students from out-of-state!
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