“Stetson has gone down in quality (small classQuite BrightPsychology
Stetson has gone down in quality (small class room sizes, teacher to student ration, student resources, residential housing) but has increased its tuition by 2,000 each year. By the time you're a senior Stetson has already raised your tuition by 6,000 (while your scholarships have remained stagnant). Your counterparts in public universities like uf, unf, and ucf will be making the same salary as you when you graduate minus all the student loans. For me, I chose a private university because I like small class room sizes, being able to talk to my teachers, and choosing classes that I want. But now Stetson is like a big university without the nice buildings and ALOT of student loans. There is also a lack of diversity in the student population and nearly NOTHING to do on the weekends. Unless you like that small town stuff, you'll be finding yourself in Orlando on the weekend - Stetson is a ghost town on weekends! I was really in love with Stetson my freshman and sophomore year a and I was proud to be a hatter but now I'm disappointed in it and understand why so many of Stetson's Alumnae don't donate to the annual fund.
The campus and community is a place for learning. That is really the only thing you can ask for. It is not over crowded, making all of the faulty is accessible. With the resources offered by the university, just about anyone can excel and succeed here if he/she puts in the time and effort.