Stetson University is in DeLand,
Florida, just 25 miles west of Daytona
Beach and 35 miles northeast of Orlando.
The DeLand campus serves nearly
2,300 undergraduate and graduate
students in the University’s College of
Arts & Sciences, School of Business
Administration and School of Music.
The Stetson University College of Law
has campuses in St. Petersburg/Gulfport
and Tampa, Florida. The Stetson
University Center at Celebration, near
Orlando, offers professional development
programs for educators; a degree
completion program in business;
graduate courses in business, education,
leadership and counseling.
The 165-acre DeLand campus is
listed on the National Register of Historic
Places. Our many turn-of-the-century
buildings have been modernized and
updated without losing their charm.
In recent years, new buildings that
complement the historic campus have
Stetson’s 170 faculty members,
97 percent of whom hold doctorates
or equivalent degrees, teach all undergraduate
classes. Our student/faculty
ratio is 11:1.
undergraduates come from 40 states
and 30 countries. Fifty-nine percent
of its students are female and
41 percent male.
Stetson has more
than 60 majors and minors leading to
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science,
Bachelor of Music, or Bachelor of
Business Administration degrees.
Master’s degrees are offered in
accounting, business administration,
education, English, and counseling.
The Juris Doctor degree is awarded by
the College of Law which guarantees
admission to Stetson undergraduates
who meet challenging academic
offers study abroad programs during the
fall, spring and summer in Avignon,
France; Freiburg, Germany; Hong Kong,
China; Guanajuato, Mexico; Moscow,
Russia; Madrid, Spain; Oxford, United
Kingdom; Innsbruck, Austria; Edinburgh,
Scotland and various locations in
Australia and New Zealand.
Stetson is a member of the
NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference
and offers a variety of intercollegiate
sports including men’s and women’s
basketball, tennis, golf, crew, cross
country and soccer. Stetson offers men’s
baseball, and women’s softball and
volleyball. Junior Varsity opportunities
are available in baseball, crew, tennis
There are more
than 100 student organizations including
service and special interest groups,
student government, and 17 scholastic
and honorary societies. These honorary
societies include Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron
Delta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma.
Stetson is home to seven Greek national
fraternities and six national sororities.
Stetson is accredited by
the Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools, AACSB International – The
Association to Advance Collegiate
Schools of Business, American Bar
Association, American Chemical Society,
Council for Accreditation of Counseling
and Related Educational Programs,
National Association of Schools of
Music, and the National Council for
Accreditation of Teacher Education.