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First of all I am retired from teaching after forty years. Campbell College is the reason I was able to become a highly respected and awarded instructor. The comments about the campus lifestyle, sadly even apply to one who attended there all those years ago. Campbell was and remains a suitcase college. We always found a party to go to during the week and the Village Inn in Dunn was as much fun on a Wednesday night as you could have. When Friday rolled around we got out of Dodge and went home to family and friends. It was impossible to find a date on Campus because all the best looking girls had boyfriends at home. Luckily for me I had a girl at home.I was hired right out of college and taught elementary school. I just was not ready for that assignment and took education courses from U VA and Mary Washington to finish my course work. Campbell taught me how to study, think critically and apply myself. I'll can't thank the school enough for that. I don't know how the school can overcome such negative comments when they are still relevant to this day. Kids are going to find a way to party and drink. Forty years ago kids were having sex in dorms and backseats. I thought the addition of football would get the kids to stay on campus but it appears that has failed. President Creech and Chairman Ben Thompson, if you are this, move this college in a new direction. Let the kids have some breathing space. If they are coming from conservative families then have some level of trust. Thank you Campbell College (University). Good luck kids on your decision.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: Elementary teacher ; Preparedness: C- Reputation: F
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When first coming out of College for Human Services at many interviews the interviewers were unable to see the College as a viable school. The only position I was able to obtain was working for the city where I continue to be employed since 1992.
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Starting Job: teacher ; Preparedness: B Reputation: B
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I attended Stetson undergrad from 2002-2006 and thenBrightPsychology
I attended Stetson undergrad from 2002-2006 and then went on to attend their graduate program. I enjoyed my install experience academically, professionally and personally. I've found it easy to get jobs and have been quickly promoted and Stetson is well known in Florida. I've while attending in Deland, I found many things to get involved in both on campus and within the community. The professors were great and seemed to genuinely care for the students. The other students were great and it was easy to find others with similar interests. I was involved with the greek life for a part of my attendance; however, this was not necessary to have a social life and I'm surprised this has been others experience. I was also involved in sports and several clubs/organizations. It is a small school, which I did need to adjust to as the classroom sizes were smaller than those 8 had in high school.
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Starting Job: Counselor ; Preparedness: A+ Reputation: A
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