Many services critical to the academic success of our students are run out of our Office of the Registrar. These services help our students to excel in the classroom, graduate on time, and begin pursuing their careers and God’s calling in their lives.
You can review the sections below for more details about the support available through this office. For detailed information on degree programs, including course descriptions and sample schedules, you can access the university catalog though the link above.
Office of the Registrar
1000 Longfellow Blvd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
Monday–Friday: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
We are closed to students during chapel hours: 9–10:15 a.m. on Tuesday–Thursday.
The Office of Academic Advising helps you graduate successfully and on time. We will assign you to a faculty member who will advise you of what courses to take, mentor you professionally, and demonstrate how you can serve the Lord in your career.
How Am I Assigned an Advisor?
A Major/Minor Form — on which to declare your major — should have come with your admission letter. If not, or if you misplaced it, print out a Major/Minor Form and complete it. Then, you may mail it to us at Office of the Registrar, Southeastern University, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. Lakeland, FL 33801; fax it to the Office of the Registrar at 863.667.5200; or bring it to the Office of the Registrar in person. Once we receive this form, we’ll assign you to a faculty member who’s familiar with your major. Your advisor will recommend what classes you should take to successfully complete your major. If you’re not sure what you want to major in, you’ll have until you’ve earned 48 credit hours to make a decision; in the interim, we’ll assign you a general education advisor.
How Do I Contact My Advisor?
Two to four weeks after we’ve received your completed Major/Minor Form, your advisor’s name will appear on your account in the Student Information System. You will meet with your advisor during orientation if you are a new student at Southeastern.
Withdrawing from your existing college may affect your class credits and financial aid. In order to make a well-informed decision, we recommend that you contact our Office of the Registrar to get the facts as they pertain to you. You can contact this office by phone at 863.667.5015 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Request an Official Transcript
Southeastern University has retained Credentials Inc. to accept transcript orders over the Internet. Simply follow the link below to order a copy of your transcript. Make sure you write down your transcript order number after clicking the “submit” button. Check your email or fax machine for updates on your transcript request as you may be sent an authorization form to sign and return to Southeastern.
The following link will direct you to Credential’s transcript order follow-up screen, where you can check on the status of your transcript order.
Please call 800.646.1858 or 847.716.3005 or email email@example.com if you have questions about your order.
Southeastern University recognizes the federal mandate, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, which guarantees educational rights for the disabled. Students should notify the Office of Academic Success at Southeastern University 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 at Southeastern University, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. Lakeland, FL 33801. Information on requesting reasonable academic accommodations and forms to do so are available in the Office of Academic Success.
The Office of Academic Success believes students with physical impairments and/or learning disabilities can be affected academically in their performance and quality of work. Since physical impairments often control or limit optimal performance, accommodations have been federally mandated. Southeastern University will provide accommodations to comply with federal government standards. These accommodations will help our students at Southeastern University to perform optimally. Please contact the Office of Academic Success for more information at 863.667.5157.
Tests are administered for each department at the request of each professor to provide special accommodations for those affected by learning disabilities, vision and physical impairments, attention deficit disorder, and testing anxiety/phobias. These accommodations are provided on a daily basis for the students and professors.
Southeastern University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. You may obtain a verification from here:
National Student Clearinghouse