About Stetson University
Stetson University is located in DeLand, Fla., with a second campus in Gulfport, Fla. and two satellite centers. Founded in 1883 by Henry A. DeLand as the DeLand Academy and later renamed Stetson University to honor its benefactor, John B. Stetson, the university has a storied history of leadership, values and significance. The university is home to many Florida firsts, including the first collegiate newspaper, the oldest schools of business administration and music, the first college of law and was the state's first private university to integrate.
But our story is about more than the buildings at our campuses and those who helped build them; it's really about our students.
The university is led by President Wendy B. Libby, supported by administrative offices which provide services and resources to students and faculty. Stetson University is home to 73 academic programs in four divisional areas and with undergraduate and graduate studies offered in many areas. The university is accredited by numerous accrediting agencies, including the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and curriculum is closely aligned with the marketplace to prepare students for life after Stetson. Undergraduate leadership, research, volunteer service and participatory activities flourish at all four of the university's locations.
At Stetson University, graduation isn't the end goal. It's just one stop along the way as students pursue something greater for themselves and the world around them.
At Stetson University, we dare students to be significant.
4 jobs with Stetson University
Stetson University seeks a musician/scholar for a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure-track visiting position in Music Theory, beginning August 2017.
Responsible for the administration and oversight of all daily activities in admissions.
Maintains the data integrity of the Admissions databases, develops/ oversees reporting, and provides functional user/high-level technical expertise.
This position provides technical support for the timely awarding, auditing and reconciling of financial aid awards .