Describe the students at your school.
UConn is huge and thus it is very diverse in every sense of the word. Racially it is diverse and there are multiple cultural centers for racial minorities. There are religious centers for all major religions on campus. There is a rainbow center for LGBT students. Socio-economically it's also diverse; you have students from Bridgeport on full scholarships and preppies from Greenwich.
I really don't think anyone would feel out of place at UConn, its just a matter of finding the group within the school they'd feel comfortable.
UConn is generally cold and very casual. There's a range of fashion styles but generally it's all casual, whether for you that means sperry boatshoes and khakis or ripped up jeans and a disgusting oversized hoodie.
Different types of students don't really interact much on campus. Everyone has groups that they belong to as a part of their identity.
Most of the students are from UConn and are middle class students. It's a challenging school to get into academically speaking so going to UConn isn't a joke, but there are also obviously far more prestigious schools. Therefore, I'd say its mostly middle class.
Most students are not politically aware or active but they are predominantly left, just like the state of Connecticut.