Month: January 2016

Maintaining Momentum on Your New Year’s Goals

Still going strong on your 2016 New Year’s resolutions? If you’re like most, you may have already broken a few. In fact, about 25% of people who make New Year’s resolutions abandon them within the first week. By three months, that number has jumped to 50%.1 It’s pretty easy to stay committed those first few days. Feelings of excitement and hope over getting a fresh start give ... More

January 28, 2016

Dr. Aimee Franklin, Assistant Professor of Biology

Dr. Aimee Franklin, an SEU alum with a BS in Biology, has served here at Southeastern as an assistant professor of biology for the past year and a half. Originally from Arkansas, Dr. Franklin grew up in Alabama and earned a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In addition to being able to interact ... More

SEU to Launch Doctor of Ministry Program This Fall

Southeastern University has announced a new Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program to start this upcoming fall. The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) is the highest degree for people in vocational ministry, such as pastors, associate pastors, chaplains, missionaries and those in denominational leadership and parachurch ministry. This will be the second doctoral degree to be offered at Southeastern, following the introduction of the Doctor of Education in 2014.[block]“The DMin will ... More

January 26, 2016

SEU’s Campus Ranked Among “Most Beautiful” in the U.S.

SEU's campus was recently recognized by Christian Universities Online as one of the top 30 most beautiful Christian colleges and universities in the U.S. The natural surroundings, layout and beauty of campus were all key factors that impacted our school's ranking. Click here to learn more and view the complete list of schools. More

January 21, 2016

Evening Education: A Gateway for Adult Learners

If you’ve been out of school for more than a few years, begun building a professional resume and are looking for a degree program that will allow you to be flexible in completing your course work, then you’re a prime candidate for an adult learner evening program. Evening programs allow busy professionals to schedule their learning around the life they’ve already established. Read below for some common ... More

January 19, 2016

Student Blog: Plugging in as a Commuter Student

Approximately 1,000 students commute to SEU’s campus for classes and comprise about 22% of the total student population. In order to best serve this growing group of students, a team of student leaders is selected every year to be on the Department of Student Experience’s Commuter Life (also known as C-Life) team. This team puts on fun and exciting events to ensure that commuter students’ college experience is both enjoyable ... More

January 15, 2016

Student Blog: Higher Education as a Calling

Whether you are attending Southeastern University or feel led to come here as a student, you have a calling on your life toward higher education. We usually think of college as a steppingstone to our real calling or vocation, sort of like parentheses in life, but in reality, if you are or soon will become a college student (whether at SEU or elsewhere), college is your calling. So, ... More

January 5, 2016