Southeastern is more than just a university. It is a community of believers seeking excellence in spiritual, academic and personal life. Within this community, there is an environment that focuses on the ideals for a life that will honor Christ Jesus. A commitment to join this community obligates each believer to a code of scriptural and civilized community behavior. Each member is responsible to reflect a genuine love of God and a desire to please Him in every aspect of his or her life, attitudes and conduct. Recognizing that it is impossible to set standards upon which each individual will agree, basic standards have been established by the university that will allow the community to effectively live and work together.
Since members have voluntarily chosen to become part of the Southeastern University community, violations of these principles and standards will be subject to disciplinary action. The university reserves the right to suspend or dismiss any student whose conduct is contrary to the standards and regulations of Southeastern University and/or who displays an unwillingness/inability to adjust to the university environment. Upon acceptance to the university, the student concedes to Southeastern the right to take such actions.
The community of believers at Southeastern University is committed to the development of spiritual and academic excellence. A commitment to join this community obligates each believer to a code of scriptural and civilized behavior. As a believer and a member of the community at Southeastern University,
A commitment to the ideals of the community requires that each member refrains from and discourages behaviors that threaten the dignity of every individual and the integrity of the community. Basic standards of conduct have been established by the university; alcohol and illegal drugs are prohibited. Refer to the Student Handbook on file in the university library for additional information regarding academic and university life policies.
“I certify that the information on this application is complete and correct. If the Admission Committee deems it necessary, I authorize a thorough investigation to be made in connection with this application concerning my character, general reputation, personal characteristics, employment, education background and criminal record, whichever may be applicable. I specifically authorize any employer; law enforcement agency; and local, state and federal references to release any and all information requested by Southeastern University concerning my admission. I understand this investigation may include interviews with third parties such as family members, church leaders, educators, employers, friends, neighbors and others with whom I am acquainted. I also affirm that if I am accepted for admission, I will abide by the Community Life Statement of Southeastern University and the policies of the college as outlined in the student handbook.”