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this school is fine academically, but completely limitingQuite BrightLanguage - French/Spanish/etc.
this school is fine academically, but completely limiting socially. the high emphasis on greek life creates a very exclusive and clique-ish environment that corresponds very logically with students' rampant conservatism. the beach and orlando are both within reasonable driving distance, but frankly i expected a lot more social opportunity to be available actually on campus. to me this is institution is almost an anti-college - almost everyone here goes home on the weekends, and those who stay wish they could leave! what happened to a fun, dynamic college atmosphere?
1st Year Male -- Class 2008
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Social Life: F
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Academics are Stetson's strongSuper BrilliantEconomics
Academics are Stetson's strong suit. Night life is pretty bland, Deland offers nothing. However, if you make friends and dont mind drinking, you can get by and enjoy your time.
1st Year Male -- Class 2008
Individual Value: A+, Surrounding City: D
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THe school is good with small class sizes,Not so brightArt & Design Department
THe school is good with small class sizes, and it gives people more attention, but too often do I find certain professors "losing interest" or "giving up" on students they dont think can make it, and thats wrong. You arent supposed to give up, they are teachers who should focus more on those kids than the ass kissing ones that usually get placed higher because of it. Not all the teachers are like that as their are a good number of great ones, but there are quite a few of closeminded ones that bring politics in when they judge a student, and thats not fair to everyone. Some programs also just do not have anything to offer after Stetson, if you are looking for a BA Art, I suggest you take a BA in Digital Art-Art, because their is no job oppurtunities after a BA in Art unless you get your Masters.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2006
Faculty Accessibility: B+, Innovation: F
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