BYU students are well known as being uncommonly friendly and inclusive. Although they may look intimidating at first, with their seemingly uniform blond hair and Abercrombie & Fitch clothing, the majority is surprisingly nice, and, if you look hard enough, you may even notice that not quite all of the students are from Utah. Cultural diversity on campus is not big in the common sense, but students are amazingly receptive and knowledgeable about other cultures, as most have lived abroad for anywhere from six months to two years (BYU has great study abroad programs that lots of students take advantage of).
Although most students seem to be cut from the same mold (white, Utah, LDS), this is not a bad thing, since the majority are very upstanding, ambitious, and just plain nice. Most people are outgoing, although the dorms can be a little cliquish. Student wards offer a lot of social interaction, so even if you can't seem to make eye contact with that cute boy in chemistry, there's a good chance that someone knows someone who is in his ward and could set you up with him. Dating is not uncommon at BYU, and some would even claim it gets out of hand (those returned missionaries looking desperately for their eternal companion). All in all, the student body at BYU is just plain amazing.