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Stetson University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at SU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at SU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
1,344
2,110
# Admitted
871
1,425
% Admitted
64.8%
67.5%
% Overall
66.5%
Oct 30 2014Psychology
I got into all twelve of the school's I applied to and I chose Stetty over Elon and Rollins and I would again in a second.
ACT: 27 Female
May 14 2013Business - Management and Administration
It's really easy to get into. They make it seem like it's super competitive but it's not. Some people in my classes can barely read out loud.
Female
Aug 17 2012Psychology
I only tried out for UF, New College, and Stetson University and Stetson was the only one who sent me an acceptance letter.
ACT: 27 SAT: 1400 Female
Nov 15 2011Communications
Maintain solid grades and scores. List activities you have participated in or attributes you have that you feel will contribute to the Stetson community. I believe the latter is one thing that they focus on.
SAT: 1780 Male
Dec 09 2010Business - Management and Administration
Make sure that you do have a fairly good score on either ACT or SAT. Be well-rounded, and show what you can bring to the table.
Female
Jul 21 2010PreVet and Veterinary
I took a campus tour (which I highly recommend). And had a meeting with an admissions couselor.
I took many dual enrollment classes in highschool so my GPA was over a 4.0 and I was dedicated to 1 or 2 extra curricular activities during all 4 years. (cramming a bunch of stuff in senior year looks bad). I also held a part time job during junior and senior year.
SAT: 1260 Female

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