Over the past several years, the administration has been working hard to improve Brandeis' diversity, and it seems their efforts are paying off. While the University is still predominately Jewish, the non-Jewish population is rapidly expanding, and different groups are certainly making themselves heard. Brandeis is also a huge supporter of international students, especially at a graduate level, so more and more countries are represented on campus every year.
Overall, statistics show that Brandeis is a lot more diverse than most people think. The school has a decent percentage of minority students that is increasing. Brandeis enrolls students from almost every state and many foreign countries every year. It is possible meet so many people of different backgrounds during freshman year that you can’t help but feel that Brandeis is diverse.