Category: Undergraduate Students

Campus announcements for students.

Coronaviruses are common throughout the world. The new coronavirus, sometimes referred to as the Wuhan virus, that is currently in the news (known as 2019-nCoV) was identified in Wuhan, China.  There has NOT been a case of this virus on …

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Black Student Association is partnering with Moe’s this Thursday, Jan. 30, from 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. to raise money to go to the organization’s first ever conference in the fall. The conference will provide students an opportunity to grow as …

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You are cordially invited to join the Facilities Management Division in celebrating the retirement of David (Dave) Rigsby after 42 years of outstanding service to Stetson University.  As the Manager of Grounds and Senior Assistant for Special Projects at Stetson, …

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Hatter Network, Stetson’s student media organization, is searching for its next editor-in-chief: a dynamic student leader who’s passionate about media and journalism, and committed to producing high-quality, independent, engaging content — news, art, literature, music and entertainment — for the …

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Stetson Tutors, a program of the Center for Community Engagement, is hosting its first volunteer training of the semester this Wednesday, Jan. 29, from 5-6 p.m. in CUB 202A. We have volunteer opportunities at two elementary and two middle schools …

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Sustained Dialogue (SD) is a new program on campus that works to create community change by building powerful relationships across differences. Our SD program runs dialogue groups, which will meet weekly throughout the semester. Participating in these groups means participants …

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Brian D. McLaren, author, speaker, activist and public theologian, will deliver the Christian Theology Lecture at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29, in the Lynn Presentation Room in the Rinker Welcome Center. A passionate advocate for “a new kind of …

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Academic Calendar Monday, Feb. 10 Deadline to apply for graduation in May Cultural Credit Students can find Cultural Credit events on the Stetson University calendar. Monday, Jan. 27 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: *Garniture* 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: *Image …

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To: Stetson Undergraduate Students From: The Princeton Review Greetings! The Princeton Review requests your direct feedback about your experience at Stetson University. Your insights on academics, fellow students, social life, sports, clubs, school traditions, professor/student interaction, dorms, food (you’re getting …

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Student Counseling Services is excited to continue our John B. Well Workshop series. All workshops are free and open to all active Stetson students, and Cultural Credit is available. Our first workshop for the semester is on Monday, Jan. 27! Religious Trauma: …

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The application deadline is approaching quickly (Feb. 3)! Please consider applying for the study abroad program in Barcelona, Spain. This is a 4-credit course. You have two options when applying for the program: Register for the online section of HLSC …

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Hi Students, Welcome back. Through the My.Stetson portal, you can now self-service update many aspects of your Preferred Name. Preferred Name is a name that you prefer we use rather than your legal name. The following things can be changed …

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On Saturday, Jan. 25, Women’s Basketball takes on Liberty University at 1 p.m. in the Edmunds Center. Men’s Basketball vs Liberty begins at 4 p.m. in the Edmunds. Women’s Tennis will start at 5 p.m. against Bethune-Cookman at Mandy Stroll …

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Stetson Outdoor Adventure Recreation has a number of exciting adventure trips coming up in the next few weeks. See below for all trip details. If you are interested in signing up or have questions about any of the trips, please …

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Getting to the gym is tough for all kinds of reasons, but what if we made it easier? #SpringFitFam is a 4 week series focusing on regular exercise, forming accountability with others, learning about wellness habits, and having fun! This …

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For people who are otherwise healthy, influenza strikes hard and fast.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone 6 months and older should receive the influenza vaccine.  If you have not gotten your flu vaccine yet …

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Every Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Commons, come learn about the past week in current events over lunch! Come as you are, you don’t need to be informed to participate. If you have any questions, or …

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To: Stetson Undergraduate Students From: The Princeton Review Greetings! The Princeton Review requests your direct feedback about your experience at Stetson University. Your insights on academics, fellow students, social life, sports, clubs, school traditions, professor/student interaction, dorms, food (you’re getting …

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Registration for Stetson’s Annual Model United States Senate is Open! If you are interested in participating in a three-day, hands-on experience in learning how the United States Senate works, the registration for Stetson’s 49th Annual Floyd M. Riddick Model United …

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Discounts are available for all Stetson faculty, staff and students. Whether your aim is to pursue advanced musical study, introduce a child to music, or just to have fun trying something new, the Stetson Community School of Music is the ideal place …

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Back by popular demand, yoga classes will begin at the Hollis Center on Monday, Jan.  27.  Classes will be offered on Monday and Thursday evenings.  Please check the Wellness and Recreation Departmental App for more information and to register for …

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The popular Internship Prep Series starts this Friday! Join Career and Professional Development in a four-part series of interactive sessions and mock interviews. Each session is designed to prepare you for success in the world of internships and beyond. All …

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Come meet the Stetson Public Safety staff as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, Jan. 23, from 11 a.m. to noon. During the One Hour with Public Safety, the staff will be available to talk to students, …

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Are you tired of hitting paywalls when you try to read online articles from the New York Times? Stetson students, faculty and staff can now access The New York Times Digital Edition through an Academic Site License provided by duPont-Ball …

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On Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 12-2 p.m. is the Global Citizenship Fair! This Cultural Credit event will include a wide variety of opportunities with WORLD: International Learning, Career & Professional Development, and Community Engagement partners. The fair will be taking …

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Looking for funding to support projects that expand the boundaries of education?  The Nina B. Hollis Research Impact Award may be for you! The Nina B. Hollis Research Impact Award (NBHRIA) offers seed funding to support research that expands the …

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Earn Cultural Credit and learn about all the exciting DIY technology available to use for free in the Library’s Innovation Lab! If you’ve ever wondered about 3D Printing, Woodworking, Sewing, Soldering, VR and more, this is your chance! Workshops will …

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Are you still interested in applying to serve as a 2020 FOCUS Orientation Leader?  If so, applications have been extended until 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22!   Interested candidates: Should have a desire to help new students transition and feel comfortable …

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Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony tickets will be available starting on Monday, Jan 27. The deadline to claim tickets is Friday, Feb. 14. Students must apply for graduation prior to claiming tickets. The deadline to apply for graduation is Monday, Feb. 10. …

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All students and majors are invited to participate in mock interviews taking place Feb. 3-7, between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mock interviews are 30-minute sessions facilitated by professional recruiters and are an excellent way to practice for an internship, career or …

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