Running head: MANAGEMENT
Competent faculty members.
They are honoring teacher-scholars for their years of service.
Highly motivated teacher-scholars.
Prestigious awards, e.g. Branton Excellence in Teaching Award.
Good performance (5th best regional university south)
Diverse student organizations
Loyal alumni (Alumni ID)
High ability students (3.86 GPA)
Career development programs
Availability of an active community (alumni and parent)
Professional and corporate education
Privacy of students and alumni
Integration of learning with personal and social responsibility
Small class size
Insufficient racial diversity
Underutilization of high technology
Shortage of resources
Low enrolment rate 11%
Analysis of Internal Factors: Strengths and Weaknesses
Stetson university enjoys many strengths which makes it one of the competitive
universities in the United States. The university has highly qualified faculty members who are
highly proficient in their areas of study, and most of them are still doing research and
expanding their knowledge which means they feed students with up-to-date information and
knowledge. The university ensures that the teacher-scholars are commuted to their
responsibilities and mainly the school mission by providing motivation. The university has
many awards that are awarded to the staff for various achievements such as best teaching and
research. A motivated workforce translates to high delivery by employees and Stetson
University can use its workforce to achieve high performance.
Stetson University also have many students' organizations, diverse enough to
accommodate different student interests. Among the organizations are the beekeeping club,
the Greek club and sports-oriented groups for various sports including basketball. When
students are engaged in activities they show interest in, they develop holistically, not only
intellectually but also socially and physically. The university has the potential to produce the
greatest minds and achievers since it enrolls from high ability students with the capability of
Despite the numerous strengths that the institution has, it has failed to incorporate
adequate diversity in its programs. About 65% of the total populat...