93% of students
From being at Stetson for a year, I've grown as a person and student. The academics are rigorous, but there are resources on campus that make academic success possible. Stetson is a predominately white institution, but I feel comfortable on campus as a black woman. There are also many multicultural student councils. Examples include Black Student Association, Asian Pacific American Coalition, Muslim Student Associate, etc. The campus is beautiful, the residence halls are nice, and the financial aid office staff are helpful.
Be aware that academics are rigorous. If you aren't a strong student, you either become one or fall into pressure. The classes are small, so professors' office hours aren't that busy, so you'll be able to get face time with your instructors.
I like how involved the community is in helping students
as always there are some people that I personally do not enjoy being around but that is at every institution.
I love the student body.
Some people are rude.
I love how small the campus is, you can walk everywhere. I enjoy how small most of the class sizes are, at least for the school of music. Most of the professors really genuinely make an attempt to get you to know you as a student, something which a lot of professors at big universities don't do.
I would definitely be wary of the food and the constant construction happening.
It's a small community and you're able to build close relationships with professors.
It's a small school in a small town, which is great if it's what you're looking for but might be miserable if you're looking for more activity.
Small class sizes make for a more personalized education experience. You get to know your professors, and you’re more than just a number to them.
It’s way too expensive. $56,000 a year is too much for what they’re offering.