For the first time, Greensboro minorities outnumber white residents, 51.6% to 48.4%, census data showed. The city's African-American population increased by nearly 31% over the past decade. The highest high school graduation rate is among whites, with a rate of 95.47%. The highest bachelor's degree rate is among whites, with a rate of 51.29%.
The map below shows diversity in Greensboro. Areas in green are more diverse, while areas in red are much less diverse. Diversity, in this case, means a mixture of people of different races and ethnicities who live close to each other. For example, the all-black and white areas of the city would be considered lacking diversity.
The white population in Greensboro, North Carolina is 127,829, and 43.1 percent are white. The black population in Greensboro, North Carolina is 127,349 percent, 42.9 percent are black. African-American refers to the black population in Greensboro, they are black racial groups from Africa, it includes sub-Saharan Africans, Kenyans, Nigerians, Caribbean as well as Haitians and Jamaicans. The mean age of the population of Greensboro is 34.7, the population of Greensboro by age are, under 18 years old is 65,401, 16 years or older is 237,058, 18 years or older is 231,324, 21 years or older is 210,834, 65 years and over is 49,352.The largest universities in Greensboro, NC by number of degrees awarded are University of North Carolina at Greensboro (4.945 and 58.1%), North Carolina State University A %26 T (2,426 and 28.5%) and Guilford College (379 and 4.45%).