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Month: June 2018

Faith-Based Post-Secondary Transition Program

This coming August, not only will Southeastern University welcome new and returning college students, we will also welcome students to a new program — one of the only faith-based post-secondary transition programs in the United States. The program, SEU Link, is designed to assist students with mild intellectual disabilities in making the transition from high school to adulthood. “Our associate ... More


What 3,000 People will Remember about SEU Conference 2018

By: Kerryn MacMichael, SEU Student Always. Only. Jesus. Always. Only. Jesus. Always. Only. Jesus. The heartbeat behind SEU Conference 2018 was a powerful message that defined every aspect of the three-day event held from February 26–28 at Family Worship Center in Lakeland, Florida. More


Community School Partnership

Southeastern University is excited to be partnering with Polk County Public Schools in a pilot Community School Partnership Program. Southeastern University’s relationship with Crystal Lake Elementary will deepen this fall as the Polk County School Board implements this new community partnership school model at the elementary school, ... More


A Call for Action on Immigration

By Dr. Kent J. Ingle President, Southeastern University Over the past year, we have seen our nation become more outraged and divided on the topic of immigration. Parties have disagreed and have failed to come up with a permanent solution for Dreamers. In just the past few days, we have seen the inhumane act of families being torn apart at the U.S. and ... More


Is It Too Late To Apply For College?

Think it's too late to apply for college? Not at SEU! Since we have a rolling admission deadline, we welcome applications for new students. This means that if you waited to apply for fall 2018, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you missed out. How to apply for college: First-time students If you’re an incoming freshman and you’re playing college admission catch-up, don’t worry. Here’s ... More


SEU Launching Family Ministry Graduate Degree

Most of us agree with the phrase “family is important.” However, what does that mean in our current world? Those who work with children, youth and families understand how the complexities of the present day (especially in comparison to those of years past) can make ministry challenging. “Today’s churches and parachurch organizations include families that are facing increasingly diverse, and often difficult ... More


June 12, 2018

SEU Students Advocating for Persecuted Christians

Students at Southeastern University are starting an International Christian Concern (ICC) club on campus this fall. This club will partner with the ICC advocacy team to raise awareness of international religious freedom issues and the the need to influence policy-level changes, especially in countries of specific concern. About ICC More


Music Ensembles for Non-Majors & Majors

Throughout middle school and high school, many students choose to be involved in music. Whether they learn an instrument in band or orchestra or train their voices in a choir, students who participate in a music program reap the benefits of broadening their knowledge base and learning teamwork and leadership skills. Despite its benefits, students who are not pursuing a degree in music ... More