College Junior 2013-11-11T21:48:03Z
We have plenty of students to make up diversity. Although we are a small liberal arts college we have people from all over with all different backgrounds.
College Freshman 2013-11-08T22:25:09Z
There is a lot of different people from different ethnic backgrounds.
College Sophomore 2012-12-26T23:16:58Z
For the most part, the campus is compassionate towards minorities. In some cases, there is more tension. However for the most part Trinity is accepting.
College Sophomore 2012-12-23T18:20:55Z
To the school's credit, they have been pushing very seriously for a more and more diverse set of students, faculty, and staff. In a school that has been historically conservative, this creates a certain tension among some members, but that tension is honestly good for everyone involved. The campus was once mainly white folk that came from the community within which the school resides, but it's seeing a greater measure of different people from all over the place. It's quite cool being able to interact with people from Afghanistan, South Korea, Ghana, South Africa, China, Japan, or any other place in the United States. Sharing space, mind, and beliefs in a place that is explicitly Christian allows for a greater awareness of the world that is often lacking in private institutions that profess a faith.
College Junior 2012-06-21T01:27:53Z
Pretty Diverse for the Most Part – At first when coming to the campus, it seemed there were a lot of white students. However, as I got to know more of the student body throughout the year, Trinity has a decent diverse student body. There are many Hispanic students, as well as black students, and a few Asians. One of my best friends ended up being a Hispanic guy by the name Antonio.
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