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Some students claim that Wake Forest as an overwhelmingly "homogeneous" place, but that is somewhat misleading. It could certainly be more diverse, but most students agree that it is a community made up of people with different backgrounds and ideas. The average student is certainly white, upper-middle class, and Christian, but this does not mean that other students are marginalized. Multicultural groups are quite active on campus and important to the fabric of Wake Forest.
In short, Wake Forest is not a place of perfect diversity and tolerance, but it is most certainly not a place of intolerable homogeneity and ignorance. Students are friendly more than anything else, and this is what makes Wake Forest such an accepting and kind place to spend your undergraduate years.
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