Salisbury is not an excessively diverse university. In fact, only about a fifth of the entire student body is made up of minorities. This statistic includes international, non-resident aliens that represent around 60 nations. The remainder of students on campus are white, middle-class students.
Despite the disproportionate student body, the minority population is certainly visible on campus. There is a walk of nations in the Commons displaying the flags of the nations to which students belong. Also, there is an entire week devoted to a Multicultural Festival that works to give the campus population a look into the many cultures of its students. Specifically, the festival focuses on art, music, food, and breaking prejudices. On the whole, while SU clearly has a way to go in the arena of campus diversity, it is also clear that much is being done to improve the situation.