I came from a neighbourhood and high school in which there is a great number of diversity and non-white students. Thomas More College proved to be somewhat of the exactly opposite and so, for anyone like myself who is used to being around more minority rich schools, it can be somewhat of a culture shock. There are a number of minority students and foreign exchange students, but they are far outnumbered by the white student population. There haven't been any nefarious plots of hate or racism going on and students and staff are generally respectful and friendly to others regardless of background or culture. There is also the Culture and Diversity club that often has events and activities centered around inclusion, representation, of and education on different races and cultures. There is a moderately good enough mix of races within the student body, but unfortunately, there is only maybe one or two non-white staff members if that (including the administrative offices, student life, and campus safety offices), which some may find unfair or uncomfrotable.