For such a small school, Florida College is pretty diverse. Students come to the College from 35 U.S. states and six foreign countries. Not bad for a school that typically consists of 500 enrolled students. In fact, 70 percent of undergrads are out-of-state students. However, in other ways, it's not so diverse. There aren't many organizations on campus advocating different cultures or religions. And there's no LGBT club, either, because being gay is frowned upon at the College.