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What a putrid embarrassment. Look, the school was able to employ “outstanding” twice in one short paragraph. Use a thesaurus, morons. By the way, how many of your recent grads are practicing “international law”?! When a school proudly proclaims that it prepares attorneys to go into “public service,” you KNOW that it is a trash heap.
When I first read this, I laughed my ass off, for a solid five minutes. Does this TTT offer conjure up images of used car salesmen barking at you, on late night commercials?!?! “Come right in! We’ll give you the best deal in town!! Poor credit?! No credit?! No problem! We finance EVERYONE!! Come by bus or taxi, and leave in a beautiful “previously-owned” vehicle, at a GREAT deal!”
Tuition and Fees: Notice how the bitches and hags list tuition, by semester. According to the commode, full-time students at this dung pit will pay $36,168 in tuition and fees – for the 2012-2013 school year. Part-time law students at Stetson “University” will only be charged $25,068, for 2012-2013. What a bargain, huh?!?!
Total, Estimated Cost of Attendance: The cesspool provides an estimated student budget, for its law students/victims. Does anyone else see the school estimates that nine-month rent will only equate to $5,974? Are these students going to have five roommates, or live in a broom closet? (Apparently, they will also not eat very much, either.) Then again, the school mentions the following, in the fine print: “The Fall/Spring budget for new students is based on a nine-month period living with double occupancy accommodation.”
Since the dung heap provided summer costs, I will use their figures to determine twelve month COA, for a full-time $TTTeTTT$on law student – for 2012-2013. To be fair, I will not count summer tuition and fees, or books and supplies – since most will presumably not be taking summer courses. Relying on this data, a full-time law student can expect a total COA of $63,009, for the upcoming year. If you have a spouse or children, these costs will be significantly higher.
Ranking: As you can see, US “News” & World Report rates $TTTeTTT$on Univer$iTTTy Commode of Law as the 119th most majestic, astounding and prestigious law school in the entire nation! At that level, why aren't the pigs charging $40K, in annual tuition?!
Pathetic Employment Placement Rate: On the toilet's supposed "Quick Facts" page, the school published the following: "For 2010 graduates whose status is known, 84.9% were employed or enrolled as a full-time student as of February 15, 2011." [Emphasis mine]
Average Law Student Indebtedness: While this school is a third tier piece of trash, at least it is in the first tier – when it comes to average law student debt!! US “News” lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the Stetson “University” JD Class of 2011 who incurred debt for law school - as $133,082. Based off this document, 88 percent of this school’s unfortunate 2011 class took on such toxic debt. Keep in mind that this figure does not take undergraduate debt into account.
Conclusion: Does it surprise anyone to see a true ABA-accredited sewage pit resorting to these measures? With fewer applicants, lower-ranked toilets will need to lower their already pathetic admissions “standards.” The stooges at Stetson are now waiving application fees. On the school’s tuition and fees page, the commode points out that the $55 fee is non-refundable.
The school is now implicitly encouraging potential law students to take the LSAT, at the last minute. If you have your little heart set on being a lawyer, then you owe it to yourself to investigate the job prospects, the overall U.S. legal market, and the total cost. In the end, attending a low-ranked law school/diploma mill is a terrible gamble – one that falls squarely on the shoulders of the student. The debt is NON-DISCHARGEABLE, and the schools and banksters do not take on any of the risks. It will be interesting to see if this dung heap accepts students with 144 LSAT scores, in order to fill its desired enrollment. Going to an expensive third tier toilet, in a shrinking field, is NOT going to improve your financial situation.
Lastly, the person who sent this info to me took the LSAT two years ago. That individual said it would be okay if I mentioned that info, on this entry. How do you spell desperation?!?! If the schools felt that soliciting senior centers and graveyards for applicants was profitable, then they would do so.