Diversity can be best described as showing a great deal of variety. Yet, diversity can also be broken down into many subgroups that consider ethnicity, age, economic status, sexuality, family structure, and major. At Savannah State, since the school is an HBCU, many wouldn't consider SSU to be a diverse school. However, others would disagree because students are accepting of all other racial backgrounds.
Minorities are respected just the same, with color being irrelevant. International students are welcomed with open arms because it's interesting to know someone is not from the United States and decides to study in a country different from his or her own. All in all, whether students are from down the street or across the globe, they are not discriminated due to their culture and/or race.