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Student Body


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4 College Freshman

Student Body: I think that the school is highly diverse, and I really enjoy that a lot. We have a large range of different people that attend the school and everyone seems to get along overall. Everyone is genuinely polite and friendly toward one another and I have yet to encounter a rude student. We all vary physically and mentally, and I think that's a great thing. We have a very unique and wide range of students at this campus, which helps with growing and diversity. Even with students that have disabilities or may seem different, I feel as though no one judges one another or talks bad about one another. If anything, we help each other out when we see any of us need it and I think that is one of my favorite things about going to this campus.

3 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: Students don't tend to take things seriously. They try to breeze by.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: I feel that the student body is very diverse as far as all of the above topics (ethnic, economic, political, religious, and sexual). There are clubs and resources for anyone with any background to feel welcome and accepted based on any socioeconomic background.

5 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: There's great diversity at my campus. Being an art/art history major I mostly associate with other art majors, but in the art department alone there is a diversity among students based on race, religion, their background. It brings new and exciting things to art shows. In my other classes everyone is very helpful to those of other majors who may not like/easily understand a class topic. I suck at math/computers but with help from classmates who were understanding that that isn't my area of interest I was able to pass my classes with high grades.

5 College Senior

Student Body: I believe we are all very social it just takes that one person to step out and say hello. Then to create a lasting relationship.


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People from many surrounding communities become students at Crafton Hills. There are also some organizations in the area that sponsor international students. There are teachers who were born in places as far away as China, Russia, and Japan, and these are not just the language teachers. This makes Crafton a very diverse community with many different ethnicities. Add to this the wide range of clubs that cover topics like sociology, anime, academics, music, child development, math, race, religion, and so on. Participation in the clubs is voluntary, and each club's membership is usually not exceptionally high, as most students are at the College for the classes rather than the clubs. Still, their existence brings together students from diverse backgrounds who share common interests and goals. Some students come from wealthy families, and others are low-income people who would not be able to afford the fees of the school without assistance. Every color of skin and difference in creed shows up somewhere on campus, making classes far more diverse and interesting than you might think.

Imagine a sociology class where a student talks about the lack of potable water in her home country or an interpersonal communications class where a student from the Southern part of Africa talks about his marriage in America to an immigrant from Iran and how this affects their relationship. These events have happened at Crafton and will continue to do so with the rich and diverse cultures that come together. This diversity also fosters tolerance and acceptance. All of the students are at Crafton for the same basic reasons—to learn and grow. It is a common thread that helps bind them together, no matter their background.

Facts & Statistics

Female Undergrads
Male Undergrads
Student Diversity
African American: 4%
Asian American: 5%
Hispanic: 41%
International: 0%
Native American: 0%
White: 44%
Unknown: 1%
Student Age Breakdown
Under 18: 2%
18-19: 41%
20-21: 27%
22-24: 12%
25+: 18%
Out-of-State Students
Common States of Residence
Foreign countries
Typical Peers
Crafton students are largely recent high school graduates from the surrounding communities. However, there are also a large number of nontraditional students and even a few foreign students. This makes for a very diverse community where you can find people like you or very different from you.
Athletic Conferences
Football: N/A
Basketball: N/A
Student Organizations
The Student Senate and Alpha Gamma Sigma honors society are the most visibly active student organizations on campus. They both hold a number of events every semester. However, there are many other clubs, like the Anime/Manga Club, Math Club, a Christian club, a sociology club, Swim Club, and so on, that have regular events and activities.
ROTC Programs
Army ROTC: No
Navy ROTC: No
Air Force ROTC: No
Did You Know?
  • The art and theater clubs put on galleries and shows every semester.
  • Being in a club looks good on your college applications to other schools. It shows involvement.
  • There is a club membership event every semester where the clubs set up booths and do their best to get more members.

Student Polls

I would say students at my school are    Based on 84 responses

Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
  • Career-oriented
  • Creative/artsy
  • Friendly
  • Fun
  • Geeky
  • Hardworking
  • Outgoing
  • Smart

How much social and academic interaction is there between students?    Based on 84 responses

  • 45% A lot of interaction. Students participate in clubs, study together, and hang out.
  • 50% Some interaction, but it's mostly in the classroom.
  • 5% No interaction. My classes are all online or the students at my school are there to learn and then go home.


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