Dr. Susan Stanley

Professor of Education skstanley1@seu.edu

Degrees Earned

BS in Elementary Education from Texas A&M University at Commerce, Commerce, TX
MA in Biblical Counseling from Trinity College and Seminary, Newburgh, IN
MEd in Special Education (Learning Disabilities) from University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
EdD in Education Leadership / Reading from Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA


Dr. Susan Stanley has 30+ years in education: homeschooling, teaching in Christian schools, interventionist for students with LD as a lifetime-certified NILD educational therapist, Florida state director of the Discovery Program for NILD, coming to SEU in 2010. She received the Lifetime Achievement Award from NILD in 2017.

Dr. Stanley provides professional development in the field of ESE and Literacy, is an educational consultant for Christian schools in, and came to SEU with experience in higher education, having taught for Liberty University, Belhaven University, Kaplan University and Lake-Sumter Community College.

Dr. Stanley is a course developer for the College of Education (COE), in ESE and reading, specifically dyslexia. She developed 4 certificate programs for the COE: in adaptive physical education, in serving individuals with disabilities, in deaf studies, and graduate-level in dyslexia education.

Dr. Stanley came to know the Lord Jesus Christ in 1974. She’s the wife of retired Pastor Dr. Don Stanley. Her ministry is to her family, her church, and her students at SEU. She hopes to inspire their love of learning, as well as the educational and eternal difference they can make in the lives of their students.