This page holds vital information that will aid in students' personal and academic success here at Stetson.
Point of Interest for Religious Scholars
Chicago & Turabian Style Citation Guides
- SBL Handbook of Style
- Turabian Style and Chicago Style Manual Citation Guides
- Religious Studies Course Plans
Sam R. Marks Prize In Religion
The Sam R. Marks Prize in Religion originated with a letter from Sam R. Marks, a Jacksonville lawyer. The letter, dated December 15, 1950, expressed Marks' desire to establish an annual prize to stimulate greater interest among the students in the Religion Department (as it was then called). Mr. Marks suggested essays dealing directly with the Bible be the main focus of the prize. He wished to encourage those interested in biblical study to sharpen their ability to understand and interpret the Bible and to communicate their knowledge effectively in writing and in speech. The first award was given on May 23, 1952, to Mr. Parker McLendon for "The Meaning of the Prophet Hosea for Today" and second place to Ms. Gloria Kline for "Jesus' Estimate of the Worth of Human Personality."
Competition for the Sam R. Marks Prize in Religion is open to all students. The prize of $400 is awarded to the best paper in biblical research. The competition is advertised during the first week of February on the DeLand campus. Recipients of the Sam R. Marks Prize in Religion will be honored at the Theta Alpha Kappa Induction Ceremony.
These are resources that Stetson University offers students.
- Academic Success provides opportunities for students to reach their individual goals in the higher education environment by ensuring equal access and skills-based coaching and tutoring.
- Career and Professional Development engages students in determining who they are and what they want to learn, setting challenging and actionable goals, participating in high-impact internships and other relevant experiential learning, connecting with employers, grad schools and alums and preparing for and successfully launching a purposeful life after Stetson University.
- Stetson One Stop assists Hatters to manage university business. The listed resources are all located in the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Welcome Center.
Student Counseling Services
- Student Counseling Services promotes holistic wellness, self-exploration and the personal growth of Stetson students through confidential counseling, outreach and programming, consultation, crisis response and connection with campus and community partners.
- Counseling Services are FREE to all students!
- Wellness and Recreation offers students the opportunity to learn about the importance of healthy choices and living through wellness initiatives, presentations, trainings and more.
- Stetson Health Service promotes optimal health, wellness and disease prevention, and provides quality health care that is appropriate, affordable and accessible.