Finding your best-fit college comes down to a few things -- mainly academics, cost and location. But one thing that often plays just as big a role is the school's general atmosphere. The more comfortable students feel at a school, the more likely they are to open themselves up to involvement in the programs offered there, which in turn often leads to more success. For many, on-campus diversity helps to create an environment where it's easier to thrive. If that describes you, read on for some information on schools that specifically serve certain types of students — like Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCUs) — or how to find a more racially mixed campus.
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