Southeastern University is a diverse and global community. We have students on campus from more than 20 countries and every continent (except for Antarctica, unfortunately). The transition from another country can be daunting, but we are proud of our reputation at SEU as a welcoming college to students from any background. Our admission counselor for international students can answer any specific questions about the admission process, and our director of international students will be a resource for you once you’re enrolled. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter if you have questions, or call us at 800.500.8760.

SEU makes it easy to complete the application process and begin your college journey. Our online application guides you through each step, and we even allow you to save your progress and come back later to finish. Simply click on the “Apply Now” button on the right side of the page to begin your application.

Find a complete list of our degree programs here. We offer more than 50 undergraduate and 14 graduate degree programs in areas such as business, ministry, education, counseling, nursing, and more.

What Documents Do I Need?

Your admission counselor will provide you with complete details on the documents and information needed for admission and travel to the U.S. The primary documents you will need to provide are the affidavit for financial support, which will be included in your enrollment packet, and your student visa information.

How Do I Pay for College?

More than 97% of our students receive financial aid. Our Office of Student Financial Services works to provide as much financial assistance as possible for students and families, ranging from scholarships to grants to loans. We offer specific scholarships for international students, as well. For a full list of our financial aid options, click here, and you can view our costs breakdown for the university by clicking here.

Want to connect with our admission counselor for international students? Check out her Facebook page and counselor profile.