College Freshman 2013-12-03T17:10:30Z
UD is mostly white catholics who take their religion very seriously. I am a non-Catholic but have not had any issue with regard to my religion. There are a number of hispanic students, and other minorities as well, and there is no racism that I can tell of. Politically I would say that most are influenced by their religion and the Church which leads to typically a conservative point of view, but students aren't necessarily biased. As for sexual orientation there are gay and lesbian students, and they aren't treated different either as far as I know.
College Senior 2013-08-24T16:41:19Z
Private school diversity is always lacking in some field. I have attended private school my entire life and while we do not ban or disregard diversity, there is a certain type that is drawn to a private school academic career. UD is accepting of all types. Though, it does contend that since we are a Catholic school, we are expected to respect those guidelines and "rules" that are pertinent to our faith (i.e. We do not have a Pro-Choice club because we are Pro-Life, we stand for the equality for all living beings, including those not born yet. To support an abortion group would fundamentally go against everything the church, and we as catholics believe in) Religion is pretty unanimous since itsa catholic school; racial diversity is here, but not in too large of quantities; economic background is definitely diverse - finanicial aid is given as are scolarhsips.
College Junior 2013-06-09T00:31:27Z
Because UD is a private Catholic university, there is little diversity. However, I feel that the student body is open and accepts different cultures and traditions. There will always be those that are eager to introduce these new customs into out society.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-28T14:18:25Z
Students at UD are very friendly and welcoming to everyone, and that is something that drew me to here from the first moment I stepped on campus.
College Senior 2012-12-28T20:41:39Z
A majority of students are white so the university is not very diverse. As it is a Catholic University over 80% of students are Catholic, but students of other faiths and denominations are more than welcome. Though not incredibly diverse, you can find people of all different backgrounds here.
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