Southeastern University offers many programs and facilities to assist students with their studies. Whether you need tutoring, help with your schedule, books from the library, or other services related to your academic success, the following areas on campus are committed to giving you the best opportunity to make the most of your course work at SEU.
Southeastern’s Steelman Library contains more than 100,000 books, 800 periodical titles, 1,300 compact discs, 2,500 videos, and other multimedia for courses, recreation, and research. The Curriculum Lab contains children’s materials and textbooks for education students. Steelman also provides electronic access to the SPARC Catalog (Library Catalog), research databases (more than 15,000 full-text periodicals), and 32,000 e-books. All of these resources are available to students and staff members and can be accessed through MySEU. For questions, call 863.667.5089 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This department stands ready to serve all students with orientation, registration advisement and assistance, transfer of credit, transcripts, and graduation questions. It’s our goal to provide you with the support and resources you need in order to make informed academic decisions and have a successful graduation. For more information about advising or to request a transcript or enrollment verification, click here.
Once you decide your major, this office will assign you a faculty advisor who will help you navigate course registration and planning for an on-time graduation. Even if you are still unsure of your major, you’ll receive a general education advisor who will help you sign up for all of your general requirements and review possible choices for your major.
Students with disabilities should notify the Office of Academic Success of their disability by filing a Request for Accommodations for Students with Learning Disabilities and/or Physical Impairments along with supporting medical and/or educational documentation. All material should be sent to the Office of Academic Success. Information on requesting reasonable academic accommodations and forms to do so are also available from this office. For more information, call 863.667.5157.
Incoming students benefit from this office’s services, which include placement testing through COMPASS and the Early Start Summer Bridge program. Students who might need remedial courses or other help upon acceptance can contact 863.667.5086.
Some students who are accepted to Southeastern University may be required to take remedial courses in subjects such as math and English depending on the results of their standardized or placement tests. To help those students reduce the time and expense needed to take those courses, this summer program is designed to cover the required topics in a condensed format. For more details about Early Start Summer Bridge, click here.
In addition to one-on-one tutoring sessions, ACE also offers group study sessions for several subjects. Test preparation workshops leading up to final exams week also are available. Students can make appointments for tutoring and can also apply to be a tutor by calling 863.667.5137 or emailing email@example.com. You can also stop by the ACE office, which is located in Modular 5.