One of Whitworth's goals is to promote diversity on campus. Racially/ethnically, we have many students from all over the US and even from other countries. I find the students very accepting of all different backgrounds. With this in mind, I would still say we're mostly white. Economically, I have found many students very accepting of all backgrounds; we all know Whitworth is expensive so everyone is mostly struggling with the price. Politically, I know students on both ends of the spectrum and I find everyone to be respectful. Religiously, the student body is mostly Christian since the university is Christian, but non-Christians are accepted. In regards to sexual orientation, Whitworth does not seem to have many LGBTQ students, but, from what I know, students are respectful, even if they don't necessarily agree.