I am in no way racist, but I have NEVER seen so many White people in my life! (I see why they call it "UNC-White" now, no offense, lol) Minorities are few and far between, but the campus as a whole seems very open-minded and welcome to diversity. However, as it natural for one to gravitate toward people of one's own ethnic/cultural background, it may be hard, at first, for many minorities to find their "niche". Most people are Protestant Christian, and a surprising number attend Church services regularly. Though the campus isn't as politically active as Chapel Hill, it is about half conservative and half liberal. (which is way more conservatives than I expected from a college campus) Most people seem like they are from the middle to upper classes, though you can't always tell someone's economic class (or other characteristics) just by looking at them! Don't be afraid to branch out and explore different groups of people!