College Freshman 2013-11-18T22:38:10Z
UAFS is a school of clones. Everyone knows everyone so if you aren't from Arkansas, Oklahoma or Texas do not come here. The school is like a ghost town Friday-Sunday because everyone goes home during the weekend. It's like a giant high school and if you are not from around here, you will be the new kid that people don't really care to talk to because they have their friends that they've always had. Additionally many of the students commute so they have their own lives and families outside of this university. Even the student athletes are from around here. Also UAFS is not diverse AT ALL. The college consists of mainly Caucasian, middle class, southern Christians. There are a few Asians and Hispanics here and there. There are barely any African Americans. You would be lucky to find two in one class at the same time. If I had to personally give you the percentage of diversity here, I would say: 86% Caucasian, 6% Hispanic, 4% Asian, 2% African American, 2% Unknown. The diversity is very disappointing. Furthermore, you will be accepted if you are Caucasian and upper middle class without a problem. However if you vary from that you will most likely find a few people like you.
College Junior 2013-11-04T23:06:28Z
UAFS has great school spirit.
College Junior 2013-08-09T19:29:47Z
We are split about 50/50 with traditional, "straight out of high school kids", and non-traditional students. I started when I was 28 and I was probably in the middle of the age range. Plenty of classes are offered at times that assist students who are balancing their school and work schedules.
College Sophomore 2013-07-31T22:42:40Z
Diverse, but mainly caucasion people not religiously diverse
College Junior 2013-05-17T15:45:58Z
There are a wide range of individuals who attend classes at UAFS. While the greatest percentage belongs to the traditional student, there are plenty of non-traditional students that really bring some life experience to the classrooms.
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