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Stetson University was founded in 1883 with the vision of preparing students for lives of significance - times have changed, but our vision has remained constant.
Our College of Arts & Sciences is dedicated to empowering real leadership that leads to significant lives since 1883.
Our School of Business Administration is one of the few schools fully accredited in accounting and business in the world.
Stetson University's College of Law is Florida's first law school and is ranked in the top tier for both trial advocacy and legal writing.
Stetson students dare mighty things. They ask what's possible, then they let their imaginations, competitive spirits and inquisitive natures propel them toward solutions that can remake the world.Profiles
President and CEO
at Victory Fund
Chuck has devoted his political career to help move the nation forward on some of today's issues, from electing LGBTA community members to public office to stopping youth access to tobacco.About Chuck
Advertising Analyst and Researcher
At 16 years old, Florencia came to the U.S. She struggled with English and because of that she developed a passion for eliminating educational and economic inequities suffered by minorities.About Florencia
Environmental Activist and Surfer
Sponsored by Billabong
Lauren's scholarly work intersects with surfing, sustainability and gender issues. Her work and activism focus on marine conservation and gender especially as they relate to surfing culture.About Lauren
Stetson’s Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience receives $1.3 million to create a Sustainable Farming Fund
120 Stetson students, including 4 graduates of Stoneman Douglas high school, gather at CUB for prayers and support
Former captain of Stetson’s Tennis Team urges NCAA to stop slurs over sexual orientation
Educators will gather at sold-out conference to focus on building inclusive learning spaces for homeless students