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Written by Kayla Boye
The student population of this urban university is very diverse—so diverse, in fact, that it might come as a culture shock to those who originate from small communities. Many minorities, ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations are represented. Faculty members also come from a variety of backgrounds, which can make them more accessible to the diverse student population.
Students are very accepting and welcoming of one another, and problems are very rare. There are several student organizations that focus on school diversity, ranging from cultural groups to religious groups to YSUnity. Many students benefit from taking a course called "Intercultural Communications," which can be a real eye-opener to the outlook of other cultures and individuals. Discussions are made livelier and more productive due to the diverse nature of classes, which include courses that focus on religious studies, minority studies, and cultural studies.
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