The average student at Radford University is white, heterosexual, female, middle to upper class, and Republican. However, this doesn't mean that there isn't diversity on campus. Student organizations are constantly striving for more diversity, and clubs promoting awareness, tolerance, and international issues are very easy to find. The University sponsors an international and intercultural week every year to promote awareness of other cultures and nationalities. International students often provide recipes from home or spread the word about their country at several events planned for campus.
La Sociedad Hispanica has hosted several salsa and Latin dance classes. The Radford University bookstore sells shirts that benefit Darfur, and students often speak out for social action. The College Republicans and Young Democrats have very active mailing lists and meetings, and encourage college students to participate in the selection of members of local, state, and federal government. Religious clubs and organizations are plentiful on Radford's campus, especially those of the Christian faith. There are several different clubs that include worship, weekend retreats, and weekly meetings. Radford is very open to the formation of clubs that promote diversity in religion, race, sexual preference, and politics.