Since ASU is the largest university in the country, it should not come as a surprise that there are lots of students from different ethnic, social, and religious groups. As a respectable university, ASU seeks out students who have a unique story and can really add something to the University by bringing their customs and cultures to the campus. The campus is a mini-melting pot.
Usually around the Memorial Union (MU), there will be an abundance of different ethnic, religious, and social organizations that spread the word about their group's efforts and try to recruit individuals to join their clubs. Another unique aspect about ASU is that there are several classes that educate students about certain groups, such as Chicanos, African-Americans, Asians, and women, while Gammage Auditorium hosts several cultural events as well.
Arizona State offers students the experience to meet a wide variety of people that they may not have usually seen back in their hometown. The opportunity to be able to meet people from different backgrounds offers you a different perspective and the ability to see what life is like outside of your normal environment. ASU is an extremely fun, diverse, and amiable university, so why not add a little of yourself to the campus?