Who is Stetson University named after?

What is Stetson University known for?

Stetson University has been recognized for its outstanding leadership in reducing energy and water consumption, and for LEED certified buildings, while growing its total undergraduate student body, and it has always taken a great deal of pride in its preservation of the historic DeLand and Gulfport campuses.

Which Stetson president resigned as the result of a scandal?

Geren was a former vice president of Baylor University and was 54 when he was appointed Stetson president. During his brief time as president, Geren initiated a successful foreign exchange program. He resigned from Stetson in 1969, but died in an automobile accident just days before his resignation was to take effect.

Who founded Stetson College?

Is Stetson University hard to get into?

Stetson University admissions is more selective with an acceptance rate of 81% and an early acceptance rate of 86.8%. Half the applicants admitted to Stetson University have an SAT score between 1100 and 1285 or an ACT score of 23 and 29.

Is Stetson accredited?

Stetson University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.

Is Stetson a party school?

Stetson has a great social life but is not a “party” school.

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What are the three core values of Stetson University?

We recommend that the revised and renewed values statement be organized around three core values: Personal Growth, Intellectual Development, and Global Citizenship. The system formed by these three core values should also place Personal and Social Responsibility at its center.

Who was the first president of Stetson University?