College of Arts & Media
There is a creative spark within us all. We help students develop and refine their creative selves, and discover how their passion for creativity intersects with God’s divine plan for their lives. Students are given practical experience opportunities, on campus and in the community. Our graduates stand out in their careers in music, journalism, film, art, writing and much more.
This new multi-level facility complements our highly credentialed faculty, and assists them in providing students with a world-class academic experience. Overlooking Lake Holloway, the entire first floor is dedicated to the College of Arts & Media. It includes a band room (with a control room for recording), practice rooms, faculty studios, digital editing rooms, a piano lab, instrument storage, a percussion studio, a 2-D/3-D art room, and an art gallery. The upper floors house faculty offices, classrooms, and residential space for students.
The faculty and students of the College of Arts & Media use their passion and excellence to creatively assimilate resources to make the arts relevant in the 21st century.
Whether teaching English in Japan, directing bands or producing sports events, our alumni are successfully using their education to positively impact the world.
The College of Arts & Media is committed to launching students into practical internships that equip them to enter a competitive workforce.
Donate to the College of Arts & Media
We are thankful for our friends and partners who support the mission of the college. For more information on how you can become a supporter of the College of Arts & Media, contact us at 863.667.5657.
Council of Communicators
Friends of Modern Languages
Friends of Music
Live radio & TV broadcasts
Musical concerts and recitals
Creative opportunities in graphic design, writing, and editing
Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Mark Belfast Jr.
Faculty Spotlight – Paul Corrigan
Caleb Kinchlow, Broadcasting '08Television PersonalityA two-time Emmy Award winner, Caleb Kinchlow attributes his career success to the hands-on training he received at Southeastern University. According to Caleb, "In the media industry, it's all about experience. When our NASA show won an Emmy, when I'm at the Super Bowl in the locker room, I'm thinking, 'Man, these are things I learned while being at Southeastern.'"