FOCUS Orientation Resources
FOCUS Orientation is the start of your journey at Stetson University. Here are a number of important resources that will help you navigate FOCUS Orientation and your transition to college life.
In-Person FOCUS Orientation Schedule A - For ALL transfer students and First-Year Seminars except the ones specifically listed for Schedule B
In-Person FOCUS Orientation Schedule B - For students in the following First-Year Seminars:
FSEM 100-HYR - Advancing Human Rights and Social Justice
FSEM 100-HYS - Freedom's Turn
FSEM 100-OL9 - Latinos/Latinidades in the US
FSEM 100-OLC - Psychology of Popular Fiction
FSEM 100-OL1 - The Secret Life of Bees
FSEM 100-HYU - Left-Wing Authoritarianism: Stalin, Mao, and Castro
FOCUS Group/ First-Year Seminar (FSEM) Classrooms
Make sure you know where your FOCUS Group/First-Year Seminar (FSEM) meets! Please remember, your FOCUS Group and FSEM are comprised of the same schedule will meet in the same place. In addition to confirming your meeting location, you will also be able to confirm you meeting time. Students in virtual FSEMs will not need to go to their classroom during their class meeting time.
Transfer students with more than 24 credits are not required to take a FSEM. You will find your FOCUS Leader's name in the "Faculty" column to determine your FOCUS Group meeting location.
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Questions about Check-In and what to expect? Check out our Check-in FAQ!
Evening Programming Registration
Sunday, August 9 - 9:00 p.m.
Join us (virtually) for trivia! Gift card prizes after every round, so the longer you play the higher your chances to win! To join RSVP and the link will be emailed to you on the day of the event!
Real Magic for Real People with Ran'd Shine, Comedy Magician
Monday, August 10 - 9:00 p.m.
In the time that it takes you to read this sentence, Ran’D Shine has already determined which card you thought of two weeks ago. Get ready for a night of entertainment like you've never seen before! Register now to join!
Rap and Snack
Tuesday, August 11 - 9:00 p.m.
August Enjoy a funny, live, and interactive rap battle while enjoying a snack, or tune in virtually from where you are! Register soon - in-person capacity is limited!
If you plan to operate a vehicle on campus, you must register it with the Office of Public Safety. For the Fall 2020 semester, students will fill out an online form to register their vehicles.
Students must fill out this online registration form before they can pick up their parking decal.
To register your vehicle, go to My.Stetson.edu, click on One Stop, open Forms tab and select Vehicle Registration.
- First-year students who register their vehicle before August 4 will receive their parking decal in their folder at check-in on Move-In Day.
- Students who register their vehicle on or after August 4 can pick their decal from Public Safety on August 7-9 between 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Please note that only one student will be allowed inside the Public Safety office at a time to ensure safe physical distancing. Students must bring their Stetson ID to pick up their decal.
- Commuter students will receive their decals from Public Safety staff, who will table with the Office of Student Development and Campus Vibrancy during the distribution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to commuter students on August 12 between 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at the CUB-South Lobby Desk; August 13 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. in the Lynn Business Center parking lot 42; or August 14 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. in the Sage Hall parking lot 27.
- Student-athletes can pick up their decals from Public Safety staff on August 11 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. at the front of the Edmunds Center.
For more information about vehicle registration, designated parking areas, regulations, fees and fines on the DeLand campus, please visit the Office of Public Safety’s website. Or contact Public Safety anytime at 386-822-7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be using an application from Everbridge to provide an additional layer to our COVID-19 response plan to keep us informed about the overall health of our community. The Everbridge app is available for download on all Android and iPhones through the app store. This app will be utilized throughout campus for access to communal buildings such as the CUB, Hollis Center and various classrooms. You must complete the daily “Wellness Check” that will grant you access to these buildings. For more information, check out the Safer Stetson website.