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Feeling lost when it comes to advising?

There are a lot of components to keep track of when it comes to your Hatters’ transition into college. Below are some commonly asked questions about Academic Advising. Take a look! How does my incoming student know what to turn in, so he/she can register? The deposited student checklist on the Admissions page  stetson.edu/accepted contains the […]

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MyStudentBody.com

Greetings! I’m Terrance Harris, Assistant Director of Wellness & Recreation and I would like to welcome you to Stetson! Over the summer, Stetson students are offered access to an online health and wellness program entitled mystudentbody.com. Your student will become familiar with this program throughout their collegiate experience here at Stetson. Additionally, there is a […]

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Stetson students donate to Goodwill

Stetson students came together to donate various items to the Central Florida area Goodwills.  The drive produced 2,650 pounds of donations that will aid the company in continuing their work with those who may otherwise not have employment.  Stetson’s Housing and Residential Life Department worked with Goodwill to encourage students to donate unwanted items instead […]

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Stetson News for current and incoming Hatters!

Students now have access to Stetson Computer Lab resources on their personal laptop.  This means they have full access to programs such as Microsoft Word at no cost to them.  This is particularly great for students with tight schedules or those that have their own study zones.  All that is needed to access this is […]

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Hatters make a difference on Doug Lee Day of Service

On Saturday, April 20th 2013 several Stetson students, staff and alumni gathered together to commemorate our late former President, Dr. H. Douglas Lee, by serving at seven different sites in the community as part of the “Doug Lee Day of Service”. These sites included Woodward Avenue Elementary School, the Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament, Border Collie […]

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Help your Hatter make informed career decisions!

Many students experience stress when making career-related decisions. The best way to alleviate this stress is for students to develop a career plan early on. Here are some tips for creating a strategic plan that will help students make well-informed decisions about their careers: First Year Students Self-Awareness and Assessment: Students should think about possibilities […]

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What to do about the FLU.

Flu is an acute contagious viral respiratory illness.  The flu virus lives in the nose and throat.  Sneezing, nose blowing, kissing, coughing, sharing drinks and hand-to-hand contact spread the virus. SYMPTOMS:  Usually sudden onset, and may include fever (102-103 degrees), chills, headache, generalized weakness, muscle aches, non-productive cough.  Sometimes vomiting and diarrhea can occur.  Fever […]

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Stetson Airport Shuttles

The Student Government Association and the Division of Campus Life and Student Success are happy to announce that they will be offering limited transportation service to and from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) for Stetson University students. This service is available at designated heavy travel times throughout this academic school year including Thanksgiving, Winter Break, […]

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Finals are almost here! How to help your Hatter.

As final exams quickly approach, the stress for students also builds.  For some students this may be their first foray into college exam time, and with that can come much anxiety about how to appropriately prepare.  We have some good tips to help students approach finals with confidence and poise: Create a study schedule NOW!  […]

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Stetson Shares

As part of Greenfeather/Homecoming Week, student organizations were asked to assemble Thanksgiving Day bags that would be distributed to local families in the DeLand community so that they would be given the privilege of having a Thanksgiving dinner. Each organization was given a list of items that they were required to include in each of […]

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