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Written by Alexandria Butler
Stanford is known for its large unique population. White students are only a 34 percent majority, and other minority groups such as black, Hispanic, and Native American are represented in huge numbers compared to other schools. Stanford does not participate in Affirmative Action; the admissions committee works hard to make sure the school is diverse with qualified students.
Diversity at Stanford is not just defined by race and ethnicity; it is also defined by socioeconomic level, first generation college, foster care, places of residence, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation. With many community centers, cultural-themed dorms, and diverse faculty members, Stanford celebrates uniqueness. If you are excited to be immersed in an environment with every kind of person from every kind of background, then Stanford is for you. There is no one right answer or one right opinion.
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