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Steteson University is generally positive but is certainlyQuite BrightBiology
Steteson University is generally positive but is certainly lacking in some regards. The faculty are very welcoming and have office hours where anybody can come in and talk to them if you need help.The academics are rigorous (at least for my department) and have very little busy work if any. The town in demand has a great downtown area thats fun to go to like once a month and thats being generous. While its true that a lot of the campus is focused on Greek life, there are many clubs and extracurriculars that you can join, although, I do recommend Greek life. I am personally involved and we don't require you to drink, go to parties, or anything else that someone might be against. So don't be afraid to rush if you come here. Although stetson is genearlly a large tuition you can see that a lot of that tuition goes to the look of the outside of the university, plus they are growing the freshman class in order to machete school population larger. Thats not to say it will boom, but it will probably max at 5000. This might be a turn off for some people who came here for the low amountt of undergraduates. The food is also barely tolerable in the cafeteria, however; each dorm has a its own kitchen that anyone can use. All in All, stetson university is great place to go, just don't expect the world.
1st Year Male -- Class 2018
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: C-
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If you're not going to be involved withBrightPsychology
If you're not going to be involved with Greek life, don't even bother going here - there's no social life if you're not in a frat or sorority. The staff is very welcoming, friendly, and inclusive and they want the school to be diverse and accepting. However, the students are a bit different. Most of the students are rich kids who are ignorant about issues regarding racism, sexism, etc. The school was not what I was expecting at all, and I'm planning on transferring to a different school. However, the campus is very beautiful and the weather is nice.
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: C
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Stetson is a great place and a goodQuite BrightPsychology
Stetson is a great place and a good time. You can't beat going to school in FL. The academics are challenging but inspiring. The social scene is great (mostly if you join Greek Life). The campus is friendly and inviting. It is a very open minded campus both from the perspective of the students and the faculty for the South.
4th Year Female -- Class 2012
Education Quality: A+, Useful Schoolwork: B+
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