There is a lot of diversity at Sage, and students of all different ethnic, economic, religious, and sexual backgrounds are mostly well represented. Students of different ethnicities are widely accepted by the College, from different countries such as China, Mexico, and Afghanistan; Sage will even provide some of the students with a full academic scholarship so they have the opportunity to get a good education. Students of all different economic backgrounds are well represented because the College distributes scholarships and very good financial aid packages so students are able to attend—no matter their economic status.
The majority of students follows Christianity; however, other religions are accepted such as Islam and Judaism. Students of different sexual backgrounds are fairly represented, as well. Sage is an all-women’s college, so the majority of students are female, with a few guys here and there. Students are very accepting of others with different sexual backgrounds and lifestyles such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender, and it makes the campus even more diverse. Ethnic minorities and international students are treated like any other student—with respect and friendliness. There is a no-tolerance rule in effect for bullying, whether with words or physically, and students would never disobey this rule. They accept anyone who comes to Sage and a diverse student body makes classes more fun because students are learning about other cultures as well as the course material.