Let me tell you something about diversity: it certainly ain't about the color of your skin, so if you're one of those lame-o's that can't figure diversity beyond that, you aren't going to appreciate a place like Beloit. Beloit has such an eclectic blend of students, from way too smart, to just plain stupid, from rich to poor, from pretentious to even more pretentious, from cool to creepy-the list goes on. Plus, these crazies don't just come from Wisconsin, but all kinds of different states and countries; it's like an international student carnival. It's not uncommon to walk by a couple of people not speaking English. You will (100 percent guaranteed) have a class with someone from another country every semester you spend at Beloit. It wouldn't surprise me if it turned out to be every class, every semester. My jaw would not drop even in the slightest. Beloit is a small school, and the classes are small, so the concentration of international students (not to mention students from a million different backgrounds) can make conversation in class extremely multi-dimensional.
Of course, everybody is soaked in "liberal," which can get pretty monotonous. Students who aren't so liberal either shut their traps about it or get picked on all the time. This is just one area Beloit's campus community needs to work on, before they can boast total tolerance.