College Sophomore 2013-11-30T04:35:05Z
It's a very white and upper-middle class university. Little ethnic diversity, yet the ones that are here seem to only hang out with each other and not branch out. As for religion, if you are not catholic or christian I would NOT to you to come here. You will have to take various courses on christianity and there is not a lot of room for accepting religions outside of that. Also, if you are not aware or tolerant of the catholic religion's beliefs, I would say not to go here. Yes, there are ways around it and to ignore it but it's an old school catholic university and you will notice it. Lastly, sexual orientation is always a struggle as well. Students are accepting of it however the presidents, some profs and priests are not.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-29T15:53:00Z
The school is fairly liberal and religious, with a great mixture of predominately open minded people. The diversity ranges from mainly Caucasians, then Hawaiians, hispanics, and african american students. I'd say that the whole student body is very accepting of these different ethnicities and have several cultural events that celebrate them all.
College Freshman 2013-09-17T04:35:15Z
Even if you don't find yourself to be diverse, there are many people of other races, preferences, and the such. If anyone wants to get involved there are a variety of clubs to join: latin dance, black student union, dragon boating, the cultural fair, and many others.
College Freshman 2013-06-09T05:11:49Z
U of P has mostly white students but because it is such a small school you can see a lot of diversity.
College Sophomore 2013-05-16T22:42:15Z
A lot of people could be categorized as well off and white but there are quite a few international students on campus and people off various ethnicity. There's also a very vocal LGBT group on campus and people of various beliefs(although overwhelmingly Christian)
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