Diversity is a big part of what Georgia State is known for. Almost every ethnic group is represented in some shape or form, and there are always events sponsored by culture clubs, aimed at sharing customs with other students. There are also lots of "specialized" organizations, ranging from minority clubs and organizations (Asian Studies Club, Black Student Alliance) to religious and sexuality groups (Catholic Student Assocation, Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity), and they all coexist respectfully. We also have lots of international students that seem to enjoy the tolerant, city atmosphere.
Georgia State has a larger population of non-traditional students than most universities, as well. With GSU's location right next to residential neighborhoods where people live and work, adults often decide to go back to school at Georgia State and get their degrees by taking evening classes or going to school part-time. Graduate students are also abundant in number. The campus definitely encompasses students of every age, shape, and color.