Most people claim to be some sort of Christian, although the people who are regular church attenders are very few.
I feel like most people that I attend class with are older adults and they for the most part have their own families, therefor they do not focus on the issues of ethnic/racial diversity, economic background, or political beliefs. Most of us are here to earn our degree while working, being spouses, and parents. It is a Christian University and you are required to take 12 hours of Biblical classes, so if that goes against your beliefs, you probably shouldn't attend.
I am a 59 year old black woman transplanted to Alabama.That is diverse it itself. I see only the regular problems and the school is accepting of diversity.
Pretty diverse! The sports make the campus more diverse! All of the programs have all kinds of different ethnicities.
Local atmosphere here at Faulkner is not really how people see it. Behind closed doors the true college atmosphere comes out. Roommates cuss, talk trash, and brag about the girls they've been with constantly. Most of my friends are bible majors and they are just as bad. The people here at Faulkner, the ones who believe its so Christian, they haven't seen what I have. The worse part about it is you would never even know right away because most of the students are well rehearsed in being "good" while their in public and around teachers and such. It's really something to see the dark side of this "Christian" collage. Here at Faulkner ive hung out with many many students. Trust me, the dark side is far worse than you could guess.
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