At Notre Dame, it's almost laughable to see a male walking into a classroom full of women. Every once in a while, you'll see those few brave souls sprinkled in who've decided to attend the all-women's college. Since the girl-to-guy ratio is so off, you're not likely to see too much dating between students. Even though there are coed programs at the school like the School of Pharmacy and Graduate Studies Program, obviously women are still the majority. Many people come into the College in relationships carried over from high school. Others may find a partner somewhere outside of campus. The same usually goes for those who are homosexual or bi-sexual.
On campus, you tend to see diversity among the students in regards to how they look, dress, and act. Part of this is based on their religious background, culture, and even social class. For instance, you might see an Islamic woman wearing a hijab to class because of customs. Generally, students at the College can be described as friendly, reserved, and hard working. However, the school isn't lacking in cattiness and fighting.