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Cultural Diversity

Diversity enriches our lives. Whether it is diversity of thought, diversity of activities or diversity of people—our lives are enriched as we learn about, experience and discover the world and its diversity.

FPU

FPU's student body reflects the diversity of the community in which we live with many faith backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities. Students, faculty and staff who have lived throughout the world each bring a unique perspective to the campus, and everyone is given the opportunity to expand their worldview.

Traditional Undergraduate Enrollment: Spring 2018

Total population: 943

TUG Enrollment by gender

Gender Amount
Men 38.18%
Women 61.82%

TUG Enrollment by ethnicity

Ethnicity Amount
American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.64%
Asian 5.30%
Black or African-American 3.92%
Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 0.53%
Hispanic or Latino 42.31%
Non-resident alien 4.98%
Race-ethnicity unknown 8.38%
Two or more races 1.06%
White 32.87%

Our campus environment is one of inclusion, and diversity is welcomed as we strive to create a culture of preparation and success for all students. As a final celebration for our graduates, we invite them to wear ethnic sashes during graduation. 

㽶Ƶ County

With over 70 distinct ethnic groups, 㽶Ƶ County is considered one of the largest, fastest growing and most diverse counties in California. Beginning with farmers who came from all over the world to reap the benefits of good soil, this area has always had a generous mixture of people and cultures. Diversity is and has been one of the hallmarks of 㽶Ƶ County.

Spring 2012

Total population: 947,895

Population by gender

Gender Amount
Men 49.9%
Women 50.1%

Population by ethnicity

Ethnicity Amount
American Indian / Alaskan Native 3.0%
Asian 10.4%
Black or African American 5.9%
Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 0.3%
Hispanic or Latino 51.2%
Two or more races 2.9%
White 31.9%

Source: United States Census Bureau