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Barry University
April 12014
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Undergraduate Admissions

Whether you are a high school student or a transfer student looking to attend Barry University, we encourage you to become part of our 3,000+ undergraduate student body. Gain a global perspective without leaving campus by interacting with students and faculty from all over the world. We pride ourselves in having a culturally diverse, yet close-knit community where students can flourish and learn from one another.

Looking for that one-on-one attention in the classroom? Barry University provides small class sizes with a low student to faculty ratio (averaging 14:1). Our faculty will ensure you receive the very best, individualized attention throughout your entire academic experience.

Undergraduate Programs

What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question you’ve heard since childhood. Choosing a course for your future takes a lot of assessment, self-examination and perseverance. At Barry University, you’ll have all the tools you need to do just this from the moment you become part of our community.

We offer more than 50 undergraduate majors in virtually every field of interest. Explore the colleges and schools that make up Barry’s academics.

To review all undergraduate degree programs, please visit our program listing.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Did you know that approximately 90% of all undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid? At Barry University, we do everything possible to help you find affordable ways to get the education you want and need. In fact, the cost of your education at Barry may even turn out to be significantly less than what you thought. To ensure you have a better chance of receiving financial help, make sure to apply early. Although we evaluate applications on a rolling basis, those who apply early benefit most from the excellent financial packages we offer than those who wait. 

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Beacon College
March 312014

Prospective Students

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About Our Students

  • Age: 17-33 with the majority between 18-25
  • Gender: 64% men, 36% women
  • Experience: 72% first time college students, 28% transfer students

Beacon College offers rolling admissions for both the fall and spring semesters, so you can apply any time of the year.

Whether you are a potential undergraduate student, transfer student, or just beginning your college search, Beacon College invites you explore all the unique opportunities we have available.

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  • ADHD
  • Auditory and visual processing differences
  • Dyslexia
  • Expressive/receptive language deficits
  • Language-based learning disabilities
  • Reading/writing disabilities
  • Math disabilities

International Students

Applications are also accepted from English speaking international students. Learn more about the International Students Program.

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Eckerd College
March 292014

Welcome to Eckerd.

Admitted? Congratulations! Here’s what’s next.

It’s time to think outside what you know about colleges. It’s time to think outside what you know about Florida. It’s time to think outside. It’s time to think about Eckerd.

  • Academic Opportunities: Uncover the depth and breadth of Eckerd’s liberal arts education. A Fiske top 10 environmental studies school.
  • International Scope: Engage other cultures around the world. Eckerd is the Institute of International Education’s #10 baccalaureate institution for study abroad.
  • Service Learning: Prepare for life as a global citizen. Eckerd students completed over 83,000 hours of service during the 2011-12 school year.
  • Dynamic Programs: Discover Eckerd’s unique approach to educating students. Autumn Term is a one of a kind 1st year experience.
  • Value of Liberal Arts: Experience the value of a liberal arts education, focused on personalized mentoring, small class size, experiential learning, inter-disciplinary study, service learning, and cross-cultural experiences and engagement.

Like you, Eckerd College is unique in many ways someone might not realize at first glance. The beautiful location is just a small portion of the experience. The success is found in embracing the academic community and understanding that learning is not relegated to classrooms and campus boundaries.

If you are a working adult (age 23 and older), please see our Program for Experienced Learners adult degree.

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Flagler College
March 262014
Flagler College
A legacy of exploration

Flagler College welcomes you to historic St. Augustine--a city of firsts that continues to attract explorers, innovators and entrepreneurs to its shores, just as it did Ponce de León and, more recently, Henry M. Flagler.

To understand what makes Flagler College different, you must first get to know a bit about Henry M. Flagler. An industrialist, philanthropist and railroad pioneer, Flagler was also a visionary and an innovator. He saw Florida's potential and is credited with building much of the Florida coast, one luxury hotel after another, and making it the vacation destination it continues to be today.

Flagler’s legacy is alive and well in the intricate woodwork, marble mosaics and soaring rotunda of the former Hotel Ponce de León, which he built in 1888 and serves as the centerpiece for Flagler College.

The journey of a lifetime

At Flagler, we value the spirit of exploration and encourage our students to step out of their comfort zones and stretch themselves. We are looking for the next generation of explorers who believe that college is not the end but the beginning of a lifelong journey.

Are you ready to think beyond the boundaries of classroom walls? Are you hungry to do work that matters? Are you curious to discover what’s next? Flagler College welcomes you to a culture of exploration where you can dabble and dive in and discover lots of new things--and find yourself in the process.

Never stop exploring

Bring your sense of adventure. Pack your tenacity. Harness your passion to make a difference. Flagler College will reward you with the critical-thinking skills you need to navigate the challenges ahead and the confidence to blaze your own trail long after graduation.

You can choose from 29 majors, 34 minors and two pre-professional programs. But at Flagler College your degree is just the beginning of a lifetime of learning, growing and discovering.

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Florida Institute of Technology

Why Florida Tech?

Florida Institute of Technology is a national, doctoral-granting research university with a unique focus on hands-on education within an engaging technological environment. Times Higher Education ranks Florida Tech in the Top 200 Universities in the World. It’s also the only private, independent technological university in the Southeast, and has been named a “Best Southeastern College” by the Princeton Review from 2006 to 2014. Florida Tech offers more than 160 world-class bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in engineering, aeronautics, science, business, psychology, communication and humanities. All of its curricula combine rigorous, engaging course work with dynamic laboratory and research experience. We call this approach “High Tech with a Human Touch,” and it’s what makes Florida Tech a truly unique national research university.

Our Mission

With our focus on student success, Florida Institute of Technology’s mission is to provide high-quality education to a culturally diverse student body in order to prepare students for entering the global workforce, seeking higher-education opportunities, and serving within their communities. The university also seeks to expand knowledge through basic and applied research and to serve the diverse economic, cultural and societal needs of our local, state, national and international constituencies.

In support of this mission, we are committed to:

  • Fostering and sustaining a productive institutional culture of assessment leading to the continuous improvement of academic and administrative programs in order to promote student development;
  • Developing an organizational culture that values and encourages intellectual curiosity, a sense of belonging and shared purpose among faculty, students and staff, and the pursuit of excellence in all endeavors;
  • Recruiting and developing faculty who are internationally recognized as educators, scholars and researchers;
  • Achieving recognition as an effective, innovative, technology-focused educational and research institution;
  • Recruiting and retaining an excellent, highly select and culturally diverse student body;
  • Continually improving the quality of campus life for all members of the university community;
  • Providing personal and career growth opportunities for both traditional and nontraditional students and members of the faculty and staff;
  • Securing and maintaining professional accreditation for all appropriate programs.


Florida Tech is located in Brevard County on the Space Coast. As a Brevard college, you will not be surprised to find out that its first students were engineers who worked at Cape Canaveral, now known as the Kennedy Space Center. Not only is the area home to NASA and many high-tech companies, it just happens to be minutes from beautiful beaches in Central Florida, the world's leading vacation destination.

If you’re interested in surfing, fishing, diving, swimming, boating, biking, canoeing, hiking, sailing and windsurfing, are just a few of the recreational activities you can enjoy at this Brevard college on Florida's Space Coast.

The Space Coast has a lot more to offer than outdoor activities. The area has a great zoo, museums, lots of movies and great restaurants. You’ll want to visit the downtown area of Melbourne where you can sit and eat at an outside restaurant on balmy evenings, hanging out with your friends.

By choosing a Brevard college like Florida Tech you will wake up each day knowing that you live in a beautiful location near the pristine beaches of the Space Coast, minutes from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center with a vibrant campus life in scenic and sunny Florida.

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This is a place for those who refuse to sit on the sidelines.
For those who want to lead, plan, and put ideas to work—right now.

Our Promise To You

Looking for a lecture hall where you'll learn amidst the masses? You won't find one here.

Each of our 53 undergraduate and pre-professional programs—ranging from marine biology to sport management, combines theory with practical, hands-on learning immersing you in your field of study. We believe "learning" and "doing" go hand-in-hand; that's why we guarantee an internship and travel study—plus graduation in four years—for every incoming student.


Fast Facts

  • 2,200 undergrads representing 45 states and 42 countries; 3.6 average GPA; 1100 average SAT
  • 53 majors & pre-professional programs
  • 13:1 Student-to-faculty ratio
  • Guaranteed internship & study abroad experiences
  • 100% placement rate into medical school
  • Guaranteed graduation in four years
  • The Princeton Review's "Most Beautiful Campus"
  • Located between Tampa and Orlando in the heart of Florida's high-tech corridor

Be Engaged

We are a campus of doers—involved in endless pursuits. Florida Southern is the perfect place to spread your wings.

With plenty of opportunities to find your voice and leadership style, you'll graduate into a stronger, more confident you.

What makes the FSC experience so unique is the amount of time you will spend learning and growing outside the classroom—discovering new interests, making new friends, getting involved in campus life, and making a difference.
—Jared Goodwin, Biology/Pre-Med and SGA President


The Support You Need To Thrive

Here, you'll also find faculty—experienced professionals and practicing scholars—who are uncommonly committed.

They see themselves as your learning partners and networking facilitators. They are also as fascinating as—they are fun and are drawn to FSC for the same reason you are—to be part of this amazingly collaborative community.

Successful Grads

Right now, 25,000 Florida Southern alumni are making their mark in business, education, politics, science, and every other field you can imagine.

Along with a one-of-a-kind living and learning experience on the nation's most beautiful campus, you'll find a lasting and worthwhile investment. Our distinct combination of academic rigor and hands-on learning results in preparation not just for a first job—but for life.

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Lynn University
March 182014

Discover everything you’ll love about Lynn

Lynn University is agile, dedicated, forward-looking and well placed. In fact, it might just be the university you’ve been dreaming of.

Here at Lynn, we’re known for our innovative learning programs, embracing new ideas and technologies that empower our faculty to more creatively deliver our nationally praised core curriculum. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to being accessible and responsive when you need us—we concentrate on the art of teaching, making good students great and great students remarkable.

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Learning and innovation

At Lynn, you won’t just study—you’ll learn by doing. With more than 50 graduate and undergraduate majors to choose from, you’ll be able to work hands-on in the subjects you’re interested in.

We’re known around the nation for our tablet-based learning initiative, which provides you with your own iPad mini to keep and use in your classes. Speaking of classes, we’re also known for our innovative coursework that applies traditional subjects like science and math to your everyday life.

If you prefer to learn outside of the classroom, you’ll love Januarys at Lynn. The January Term is a 3-week term that allows you to get off campus and take part in cultural education—both locally and abroad.

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Want to get involved on campus? Lynn makes it easy and rewarding.

  • Athletics
    Our Fighting Knights athletics teams have won 22 national championships and 31 Sunshine State conference titles.
  • Conservatory of Music
    In addition to practicing daily with our renowned faculty-artists, if you’re admitted to our Conservatory of Music, you’ll enjoy a full tuition scholarship and the opportunity to be featured in more than 10 live performances each year.
  • Student life
    We offer more than 50 student-run clubs and organizations to enhance your social life and your resume. And there’s always fun events happening on campus year round, including Celebration of the Arts, Multicultural Day, Founders Day and various spring and winter festivities.
  • Study abroad
    Ready to travel? Our study abroad programs allow you to visit more than 30 cities around the world—at no additional cost to your normal tuition. Trips range from three weeks to a year in length, so you’d better brush off your passport. You might need it!
  • Internships and work experience
    Most Lynn students take internships as part of their graduation requirements. South Florida is a center of finance, commerce, culture and international trade—just imagine how effective your internships and work study programs will be here!

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Lynn is small and agile. With about 2,500 students and 500 intellectually fearless staff and faculty, we’re able to constantly improve and adapt. Our small size also means that your classes will be small with an average 15:1 student-to-faculty ratio.

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Our South Florida location can’t be beat. Just minutes from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, we are located in one of the most strategic, international gateways to America. This area is a center for finance, culture and international trade—making it the perfect home to our largely international student body, and an ideal place for you to gain a truly international perspective.

Our campus showcases the South Florida lifestyle too…with lush green landscaping and hammocks dotting the campus, it just happens to be a tropical paradise. Visit Lynn and see for yourself!

3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Northwood University
March 182014

You want it all - a great education, fun campus life, and lots of activities to choose from. Northwood University won't disappoint. Want proof? Come check us out!

If you are looking for a business degree, you have come to the right place. Business Degrees are in high demand and you will be too! Learn more about how employers are seeking out graduates with business degrees:

We welcome admissions from traditional and transfer students, adults returning to college, and international students. The admissions team is ready to assist you through the process and to engage you in an experience we call The Northwood Experience.

Northwood considers many factors in the admissions policy. Northwood University recommends that candidates have a strong interest in pursuing a career in the business world. The first step is to complete the Online Admissions Application and provide the required documents as explained in the online application.

The following areas are evaluated for admission to Northwood University:

  • Cumulative high school and/or college GPA
  • ACT Composite Score and/or SAT Critical Reading + Math Score
  • Class ranking
  • Extracurricular activities, community involvement and work experience
  • For students who do not meet regular admissions requirements, conditional admission is determined on a case-by-case basis.

Give us a call today 800.622.9000, you'll find a friendly admissions staff ready to make sure you have all the information you need to make an informed decision about where to attend college.

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Palm Beach Atlantic University is a comprehensive Christian university with an enrollment of 3,600 students. Founded in 1968, PBA provides a quality education with a distinctive Christian emphasis for students of all faiths.

W ith more than 51 undergraduate programs, Palm Beach Atlantic likely has a major to interest you. Undergraduate academic schools include Arts and Sciences, Communication and Media, Education and Behavioral Studies, Ministry, Music & Fine Arts, Nursing, and the Rinker School of Business. PBA offers master’s degree programs in business administration, leadership and counseling psychology in addition to a professional degree in pharmacy. The University also offers several undergraduate programs that hold classes in the evening and online to help working adults complete their degrees.

Palm Beach Atlantic offers excellent, modern facilities on a 27-acre campus in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida, directly across the Intracoastal Waterway from Palm Beach and only minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. PBA’s urban location puts beaches, restaurants and shopping within easy walking or bicycling distance. With the temperature usually in the 70s or 80s, students enjoy outdoor activities year-round. Our Orlando campus caters to the needs for working adults, offering bachelor’s and master’s level degree programs at night.

At PBA, we know that success means many things and involves far more than a salary. We’ve designed our programs – both inside and outside the classroom – to help students grow and be successful in every area of life … academically, spiritually, socially and financially.

At PBA, you’ll meet friends whose values and beliefs are similar to yours and establish friendships that will last a lifetime. You’ll also build friendships with fellow students whose diverse perspectives will challenge you as you develop lifelong values.

Location:  Palm Beach Atlantic is located on the Intracoastal Waterway in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach. This subtropical setting puts students within walking distance to the venerable town of Palm Beach, Fortune 500 businesses and some of the world’s best culture, shops and restaurants. The average daily temperature is 75 degrees, which means students can enjoy outdoor activities year-round.

Palm Beach Atlantic’s West Palm Beach campus is easily accessible from Interstate 95 (I-95) and Florida’s Turnpike as well as many local travel hubs, including the West Palm Beach train station and the Palm Beach International Airport.

Average Class Size:  18

Student to Faculty Ratio:  13:1


Admission:  Freshmen may apply to PBA after their junior year in high school. We welcome transfer students who are in good standing and eligible to return to their current college. Students from 42 countries make up PBA’s student body. The University accepts applications for dual enrollment by qualified high school students or early admission to the University.

Financial Aid:  More than 95 percent of undergraduate students qualify for some form of financial aid – scholarships, grants, loans or work-study programs. Tuition, room and board and fees total $32,634 for the 2011-12 academic year. The Net Price Calculator tool on the University’s website can show you specific financial aid options and opportunities.


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Rollins College
March 22014



About Rollins College

Rollins is the best college in Florida. But don’t take our word for it. Just ask U.S. News & World Report, which has ranked Rollins the top college in the south since 2006. Or Forbes, which has named Rollins’ MBA the best in Florida for more than a decade.

Since becoming the state’s first four-year college in 1885, Rollins has offered a high-quality practical liberal arts education in the arts, sciences, and business. Whether through our traditional, four-year residential experiences, top-ranked business school, or robust evening program for lifelong learners, Rollins emphasizes international perspectives, community involvement, and responsible leadership.

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Creative energy surrounds you at Ringling College of Art & Design! You see it in the talented classmates who are as passionate about art and design as you are, and in the environment that celebrates your artistic passion and strengthens your visual voice. A nurturing faculty of professional artists, designers and scholars become your mentors. They challenge you and stretch the boundaries of your imagination, helping to take your art to places you never thought possible. Cutting-edge technology enables you to take your craziest ideas and make them reality. Dream jobs and fulfilling internships seem to fall out of the sky with recruiters from the world`s leading corporations right on campus. At Ringling, you can build your career as a creative professional and become the person you`ve always wanted to be.


Ringling College students have won a total of 11 student academy awards.

Ringling alumni have worked on every Academy-Award-winning Best Animated Feature since 2003.

Linkedin ranked Ringling College as the #7 design school in the US.


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Ringling`s Computer Animation program has been named #1 in North America by 3D World magazine for two years in a row.

Two $30,000 Angelo Donghia Foundation prizes (one of the most sought-after awards in the interior design industry) were awarded to Ringling students.

All students are guaranteed a professional work experience with an actual client before graduation.

The Hollywood Reporter ranks Ringling College among the top 25 film schools worldwide.

Motion design alumni win Adobe Design achievement awards.

For the past two years, a Ringling student was selected as the Zankel Scholar by the Society of Illustrators, which is the annual award for the most outstanding illustration student in the nation.

Ringling illustration students have had more pieces selected for the Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition than any other college.

ImagineFX magazine voted Ringling as the #1 digital arts college in the world.

Ringling College students have won a total of 11 student academy awards.


Ringling alumni have worked on every Academy-Award-winning Best Animated Feature since 2003.

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Southeastern University
December 132013

Office of Admission

Navigating the college admission process doesn't have to be hard. Yes, there are forms and essays, letters and transcripts, campus visits and test scores. It might seem overwhelming at times. Southeastern University's Office of Admission exists to make your admission into SEU simple and exciting. There's nothing quite like getting that final letter in the mail that starts with "Congratulations!" We want to get you to that point and welcome you to our campus as a new student who is ready to pursue your dreams.


  • New Freshman
  • Transfer
  • Dual Enrollment


  • Master's Degrees
  • Doctoral Program

Adult Learner

  • Evening Programs
  • Online Programs


  • Visa Requirements
  • Important Documents

En Español

  • Información para Padres
  • Hispanic Learning Center


  • Recruiting Information
  • Tryout Dates
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St. Thomas University
December 32013


  • Registration is the beginning for a Major in Political Science
    For New & Returning Students

  • Boost your career with a major in Criminal Justice
    Campus Living the Bobcat Way!

  • Continue your education with a major in Forensic Criminal Justice
    STU’s Undergraduate Cancer Research Center

  • Advance your career with a Hospitality Degree from St. Thomas University
    From the Classroom to the Big Leagues!

  • Start your career journey at the best Catholic University in the country
    Three + Three = BA/JD, Learn About Carolina’s story

  • St. Thomas University offers a vast selection in Pre-Med Programs
    New Student Orientation 2014 Information!
    August 19-24, 2014

  • The St. Thomas Biology University boasts a unique and rewarding on-hand research experience
    STU Partners with IBM on Cloud Based Research Projects

  • Receive your Sports Management Degree from St. Thomas University
    School of Business
    Join the Elite in training for today’s challenging global environment.

  • Our Catholic Law School is centrally located in sunny Miami FL
    School of Leadership Studies
    Graduate and undergraduate programs in Communications, Education and Professional Studies train for leadership roles.

  • The St. Thomas University Catholic Law School is one of the best in the country
    School of Law
    Juris Doctor Program, LL.M. & J.S.D. Programs in Human Rights & Environmental Sustainability.

  • Major in Political Science at St. Thomas University in Miami FL
    Biscayne College
    Graduate programs in counseling propel you in both the education arena and clinical competencies.
    Join the Elite!

  • Choose from many Pre-Med Programs at St. Thomas University
    School of Science, Technology & Engineering Management
    BSN in Nursing
    Partial & Full Scholarships.

  • Put forth your education with a Criminal Justice Degree from St. Thomas University
    School of Theology & Ministry
    We form compassionate ministers, focusing on what unites rather than divides.


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Saint Leo University
December 32013
Saint Leo University - Private Colleges and Universities of Florida

About Saint Leo

One of the top-ranked universities in Florida, Saint Leo is a Catholic, liberal arts school serving learners of all faiths. Learn More »

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Campus Life

With sunny Florida skies, palm trees and plenty of green space across our 259 acres, life on the Saint Leo University campus is pure bliss. Learn More »

Majors & Minors

Saint Leo University offers more than 45 undergraduate academic programs at our University Campus in Pasco County, Florida. Learn More »

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Saint Leo University is a regionally accredited Catholic, liberal arts-based university serving people of all faiths. Rooted in the 1,500-year-old Benedictine tradition, the University seeks balanced growth in mind, body and spirit for all members of its community. Saint Leo graduates can expect a rewarding college experience based on the Benedictine values of respect, integrity, personal development, responsible stewardship, community, and excellence. An institution that is both Catholic and universal, Saint Leo University is open to students of all faiths and traditions, and to all individuals of good character who share these core values.

As Florida’s first Catholic institution of higher learning, Saint Leo University offers a broad range of respected academic programs and endorsements that meet the academic, spiritual, and professional goals of more than 15,000 traditional campus and adult continuing education students. Our highly competitive tuition, excellent teaching facilities and services, and engaged faculty dedicated to the success of our students combine to make us an exceptional value. In fact, Saint Leo has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Best Regional University - South.

Just over 2,200 students attend our University College campus in Saint Leo, nestled in the rolling hills of west central Florida just 30 minutes north of Tampa. Our students receive personalized attention in classes since these tend to be small — 18 students on average. They can choose from more than 45 undergraduate majors and specializations, including popular offerings such as biology/biomedical and health sciences, criminal justice, education, psychology, and a variety of business degrees including sport business. Saint Leo University also offers graduate degrees in accounting, business administration, criminal justice, critical incident management, cybersecurity, education, instructional design, social work and theology.


Our beautiful west central Florida location provides students with a wealth of recreational and social options, and our proximity to both the Tampa and Orlando metropolitan areas afford numerous opportunities for internships.

Average Class Size: 18

Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1


Applications for admission are accepted on a rolling basis and interested students may apply anytime. Priority application deadline for Honors and Leadership scholarships is January 15. Applicants must show readiness to succeed in a rigorous academic curriculum.


Approximately 92% of SLU's traditional-age students receive financial aid of some sort.

Various forms of aid include scholarships for academic or athletic performance, need-based grants, federal grants, federal loans, work-study, on-campus employment, or some combination of these awards. Florida Pre-Paid and Bright Futures scholarships are accepted. Students are required to complete the FAFSA and be eligible for any institutional, Federal or State aid.

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Stetson University
December 22013
Stetson University - Private Colleges and Universities of Florida

Stetson University

Stetson University, located in DeLand, Florida, was founded in 1883.

The information provided below pertains to undergraduate studies on the DeLand campus in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business Administration and the School of Music.

The university’s accreditations include:

  • SACS
  • AACSB International
  • National Association of Schools of Music
  • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
  • American Bar Association, American Chemical Society
  • Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs

Stetson University consistently ranks in the "Top 5 Best Colleges in the South" by U.S. News & World Report, which has also ranked Stetson University in the "Top 5 Best Value" in our category, indicating a high return on investment. Stetson University is also one of the only six schools in Florida to host a chapter of the prestigious academic honorary society Phi Beta Kappa.


Stetson University's historic main campus is situated in the heart of downtown DeLand, Florida, a community about 20 minutes from Daytona Beach, Florida, and about 40 minutes from Orlando, Florida.

The Stetson University College of Law is located in Gulfport, Florida, and the university maintains two satellite centers—the Center at Celebration in Celebration, Florida, and the Tampa Law Center in Tampa, Florida.

Key Facts

Undergraduate Enrollment

  • Total Enrolled: 2,500
  • Male: 44%
  • Female: 56%
  • Number of States Represented: 43
  • Number of Countries Represented: 47
  • Minority Students: 32.8%
  • Students Living on Campus: 66%

Freshman Statistics

  • Average Weighted GPA: 3.77
  • Average SAT (mean): 1156
  • Average ACT (mean): 24.5

Class Sizes

  • Average Class Size: 20
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 12:1

Number of Instructional Faculty

  • Total: 189 Full Time, 87 Adjunct
  • Full Time Faculty Holding Terminal Degrees: 95%


  • Rolling Admission: Priority Dates
  • Early Decision: N/A
  • Regular Decision: Priority Date: December 1, March 15


  • Completed Application
  • Application Fee
  • Official High School Transcript
  • Writing Sample

Opportunities to Strengthen Application

  • Official SAT/ACT Scores
  • Counselor/Teacher Recommendation(s)
  • Interview

Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Planning at Stetson University is committed to help make higher education affordable to our students. Approximately 98 percent of Stetson University families receive financial aid. In addition to Stetson University's academic, athletic and talent scholarships, we are able to provide numerous endowed scholarships through the generosity of our donors. Eligibility for need-based grants or loans, federal grants or loans, and work-study is determined through completion of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Florida state aid, such as the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship and the Florida Resident Access Grant, may be applied to Stetson University with submission of the FAFSA. The CSS Profile is required to receive institutional, need-based aid. When students apply for admission to Stetson University, they are applying for academic merit-based scholarships. These scholarships will be awarded on the basis of the high school record, standardized testing and community service record.

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University  of Tampa
October 12013


It's all here

The University of Tampa is a medium-sized, comprehensive, private university located on approximately 105 acres of prime riverfront in the heart of downtown Tampa. It is the school of choice for approximately 7,500 students from 50 states and U.S. territories and 136 countries. More than half of undergraduates are from Florida. About 65 percent of full-time students live on campus.

The University offers more than 200 areas of study for undergraduate and graduate students. UT students enjoy a combination of academic excellence, personal attention and real world experience. An innovative first-year program helps new students fit in quickly. Internship and community service opportunities abound, and an Honors Program offers undergraduates expanded opportunities for instruction and study abroad.

Love where you live and learn! At UT, you can enjoy the best of big-city culture and internships within walking distance of campus. Busch Gardens and the attractions of nearby Orlando, the sizzling nightlife of Tampa’s entertainment districts, professional sports and our sunshine and beaches make this year-round playground a national hot spot.


Admission is competitive and students are encouraged to apply early. Applications are evaluated for fall, spring and summer terms on a rolling basis. Students are notified of their status once all documents have been received for fall terms as follows:

Early Action for Fall: Applications completed by Nov. 15; notifications sent by Dec. 15. Applications completed by Jan. 15; notifications sent by Feb. 15.

Regular Decision: Applications completed after Jan. 15; notifications sent by April 1.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Ninety-two percent of UT’s undergraduate students receive financial aid. The aid may be in the form of a scholarship for academic or athletic performance, need-based grants, federal grants or loans, work study, on-campus employment, or some combination of these awards.

University of Tampa
  • 401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
  • Tampa, FL 33606-1490
  • (813) 253-3333
  • © The University of Tampa

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University of Miami
July 22013

The University of Miami (UM) is a private research university with approximately 10,000 full-time degree-seeking undergraduates and 5,000 full-time degree-seeking graduates from around the world. At UM, your education belongs to you. We provide a student-centered education where you have the freedom to customize your learning to appeal to your individual interests. With access to the global city of Miami and academic offerings spanning 11 schools and colleges, you’ll acquire a world-class education that reflects what YOU care about, so you can apply your learning to a career you are passionate about.

Acceptance Rate: 40% (Fall 2013)
Mean SAT: 1325 (Fall 2013)
Mean ACT: 30 (Fall 2013)
International Students: 14%
Student to Faculty Ratio: 12 to 1
Mascot: Sebastian the Ibis
Football Team: The Hurricanes
Colors: Orange, Green and White
Founded: 1925

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Warner University
June 202013
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