The Chapman student body tends to be fairly homogenous. Most students are wealthy, Caucasian, and Christian—but, this doesn't mean they aren't welcoming to students from different backgrounds. There is no discrimination on campus, and students always support one another in raising awareness about different religions, lifestyles, and ethnicities. Students can always find others with similar belief systems by joining any of the cultural and religious clubs on campus. However, many of these clubs don't have a large presence on campus.
There are many international students on campus, most of whom are film majors studying at Dodge College. Most international students are from Europe and tend to stick together, but American students love to meet them and learn about different cultures. The lack of diversity on such a small campus can get tiring sometimes because students often hang out in the same group, but everyone is so open and accepting that it's easy to approach someone new.