A main thing students will hear during their time at DePaul is that the University is diverse—and it's true. The student body is economically, ethnically, ideologically, morally, politically, religiously, sexually, and socially diverse. Regardless of your background or beliefs, you can be confident about coming to DePaul because there is a place for everyone here.
You will probably find the most diversity within the classroom, so if you want to take full advantage of the different kinds of people at DePaul, it’s essential to pay attention to your fellow classmates. Unless you really want to join a wide variety of student organizations, which is relatively impossible for most due to the time constraints of a college student’s schedule, the classroom will probably be the most diverse aspect of your college experience at DePaul. Professors always make sure that their classroom is a place where students can feel comfortable expressing their opinions, and many students say they learn more about particular subjects because of the diverse atmosphere, which leads to interesting class discussions.