At Southeastern’s Steelman Library, our expert library staff is ready to help you tackle any academic project and find the resources you need. In addition to thousands of books, CDs, videos, magazines, journals and a curriculum lab, students, staff and faculty members have access to computers, private and group study areas and relaxing places to read and study. For questions, call 863.667.5089 or email email@example.com. Learn more about SEU’s Steelman Library here.
This department stands ready to serve all students with orientation, registration advisement and assistance, transfer of credit, transcripts and graduation questions. It’s our goal to provide you with the support and resources you need in order to make informed academic decisions and have a successful graduation. To request a transcript or enrollment verification, click here.
Once you decide your major, this office will assign you a faculty advisor who will help you navigate course registration and planning for an on-time graduation. Even if you are still unsure of your major, you’ll receive a general education adviser who will help you sign up for all of your general requirements and review possible choices for your major.
The Center for Student Success (CSS) offers innovative services and strategies to help students reach their academic goals. The CSS includes multiple offices which specialize in different areas of student success. To discover how you can benefit from these services, click below to learn more about each office.
The Office of Academic and Auxiliary Services coordinates accommodations for students with documented physical, learning, and/or psychological disabilities. For detailed information about services provided for students with disabilities at Southeastern University click here. For more information or to begin the process of requesting accommodations, please call 863-667-5283 or email ADAservices@seu.edu. F
The Center for Testing and Proctoring provides test proctoring for traditional, face-to-face classes, the Accuplacer Placement Test, or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP). Tests are administered at the Testing Center for students with disabilities who are registered with the Office of Academic and Auxiliary Services. For more information or to schedule an exam, please call 863-667-5116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Accuplacer or CLEP, click here.
The Office of Learner Support Services provides services to students who may be underprepared to enter college-level math and English or who are at risk for academic failure (including students who are placed on probation). These services include college transition activities, academic success coaching, early interventions, assessment of academic strengths and challenges, and success strategies. For more information, call 863.667.5086.
The Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE) serves SEU students by providing free individual tutoring, group study sessions and seminars covering various topics that promote academic success (e.g., time management skills, study skills, writing styles, etc.). Test preparation workshops leading up to final exams week are also available. Students can learn more about and access these services by calling 863.667.5137 or by emailing email@example.com. Walk-ins are welcomed. Feel free to visit us in Modular 5 to see how ACE can serve you.
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For more information on the Sensus Access service and how it works, visit their website by clicking here.