Diversity and Inclusion

Diverse group on Stetson campus

We strive to create a diverse student body, faculty, and staff who represent the world around us.

We believe in a campus community that reflects our society and everything that makes that community richly diverse.

The Stetson Law community embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion. We actively foster an environment where all students feel safe, and feel empowered to speak their minds on a broad array of topics. Diversity is reflected in course offerings, student groups, and opportunities to engage with the community.

Meet Our Community

So many people at Stetson make our campus a special place. Here are just a few of the students and alumni who have helped define our community.

Nataly Azcurra

Nathan Bruemmer

Javier Centonzio

Lane Cryar

Jessica Faulkner

Brielle Tucker

Aaron Watson

Christina Unkel

Noteworthy Achievements of Inclusion at Stetson Law

  • Student population: 28% minority; 52% female; 8% veteran
  • INSIGHT into Diversity 2020 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award (2020)
  • John Mercer Langston Legal Education Leadership Award to Dean Michèle Alexandre - National Black Pre-Law Conference (2019)
  • Diversity Outreach Champion Award - National Black Pre-Law Conference (2019)
  • LSAC Diversity Matters Award for the Southern Region (2018)
  • The George Edgecomb Bar Association's Delano S. Stewart Diversity Award Honoree (2018)
  • Military Friendly ® School, Victory Media (2016-2017)
  • Among the Top 20 most diverse law schools in the nation, preLaw Magazine (2016)
  • Diversity Outreach Champion – National Black Pre-Law Conference (2015)
  • CLEO Diversity Pipeline Architect Honoree (2014)
  • LSAC Diversity Matters Award Top 10 Finalist (2012)
  • Multiple recognitions for being among the top 25 law schools for Hispanics by Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
Students in classroom

Diversity News

Consortium for Racial Justice

The Deans of the 12 law schools in Florida formed the Florida Law Schools’ Consortium for Racial Justice (FLSCRJ) in June 2020 in response to longstanding and current acts of racist violence. The collective aims to leverage the strengths and educational roles of every law school in the state to assist community organizations fighting for racial justice and policy reform throughout Florida.