I think something that makes the academics at Stetson very special is that uniquely tailored experience that they give to each specific student. They have a huge range of classes and courses you can explore. For me it had other areas of research like epidemiology, and also cell biology. Two areas I discovered that I love while I was in college, and I have now medical advisers because I knew I wanted to go into medicine before I came here. They have a really good set of guidelines that would best prepare you to take, in my case, the MCAT. They also have a pre-law program that will help set you up to get into Stetson's Law School. I think that's a big reason of why I chose Stetson.
We have three colleges here at Stetson, the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business and School of Music. The variety of programs and colleges within Stetson allows us to really have a variety of perspectives of professors and content that we're getting to learn. And kind of having the flexibility to choose between colleges really allows us to expand what we're learning.
The Honors Program, first and foremost is a community, and also one of the bigger things for a lot of us is the flexibility that the Honors Program gives. We're able to skip Gen Ed's if we want to, which is huge, gives us so much more flexibility to take the classes we're interested in. Honors Program is just a really great community support system.
The J Ollie Edmunds scholarship is a very, very competitive scholarship. It's offered every single year to two people in the class. So the scholarship covers everything. It's a completely full ride, and it's only offered to two people a year.