As an online student, you're an integral part of Southeastern's community. Here are a few resources to help you excel academically and stay connected as an online student at Southeastern.
The Steelman Library has created a Web site specifically for online students. LibGuide is your online resource center for research and material requests, and it will be a crucial part of your ability to find the right information to assist you in your studies. Through Libguide, you'll have access to over 15,000 full text periodicals and 2,000 e-books.
Librarian Kathy Kempa specializes in electronic research and distance education. He will personally assist you in your research. Mrs. Kempa can be reached at (863) 667-5949, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
SEU Web mail
Make sure you check your school e-mail account daily. Important announcements and classroom changes are made via e-mail.
Get help creating a crisp, professional resume, or just receive practical advice on your job search. Southeastern's Career Center is here to serve you. For more information about the Career Center, click here.
To find out what books you need to purchase, refer to each course's Blackboard page. Once you have a list of books that you need, visit Southeastern's online university bookstore for pricing, availability, and book rental options.
Every online undergraduate student is assigned an academic advisor to help you navigate your class schedules and to decide what courses will benefit your educational experience. Your advisor is assigned to you according to the first letter of your last name.
Take a look at our list of technology requirements to make sure your computer, new or old, has the most up-to-date software.
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