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There is never a dull moment at Southeastern University. Read our blog to stay in the loop on campus events, exciting news and information relevant to future and current students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and the community.

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Determined to Worship – Carlos Lara

When Carlos Lara, now a sophomore at Southeastern, was five years old, he started to notice that he was different than his peers. Carlos was born without hands. His Christian family inspired him and he became determined to serve God to the best of his ability. He shares the story of his constant struggle of wanting to worship God ... More


A Response to Charlottesville

By Kent J. Ingle, D.Min. President Southeastern University Over the weekend, the city of Charlottesville experienced an unprecedented act of hate. After hours of clashes between a rally of white supremacists and counter-protesters, one of the members of the white supremacist group drove his car into the crowd of protesters, killing one and injuring over 20 people. Many of these people are still in critical condition at the local hospital. ... More


August 15, 2017

Krista Rogers Awarded ABWA National Scholarship

As a business student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in SEU's Jannetides College of Business & Entrepreneurial Leadership, Krista Rogers realized the significance of networking and intentional professional development outside of the classroom. Although highly active in SEU’s Enactus team working on entrepreneurial projects, Krista also decided to join the More


Chester Spellman, Americorps Director

Southeastern University alumnus, Chester Spellman, was appointed by the White House as the director of AmeriCorps for the Corporation for National and Community Service. Called to Serve “I believe there is no greater calling than the calling to serve. I am deeply honored to be appointed by the White House and thrilled for the opportunity to lead AmeriCorps at the national ... More


August 2, 2017

What Should You Bring to College?

Starting college is an exciting time, and you’ll want to be prepared well before you arrive. If you’re spending this summer getting ready for your first year at SEU, here’s a handy dorm checklist to get you started! Dorm checklist – What to bring If you’re living on-campus in one of our residence halls, you ... More


July 21, 2017

SEU Athletics Keep Fueling the Fire

Each year our Fire Athletics teams really bring their game … both on the field and in the classroom. “I am proud of the discipline shown by our student-athletes,” said Director of Athletics, Drew Watson. “We had another year of success athletically and academically.” Here are just a few of the highlights from this past school year. Quick Stats The Fire had another impressive year in 2016–17. Check out these ... More


July 14, 2017

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 2017, 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


Emily Stegall’s ESE Class

Students never really know what to expect when they walk into Emily Stegall’s Survey of the Exceptional Learner (ESE) class. This class is required for all education majors, based on the fact that schools nationwide have moved to an inclusive classroom format where ESE* and non-ESE students learn side-by side. The course is intended to help pre-service teachers effectively teach students ... More


New This Fall in Arts & Media

What's new this fall in arts & media? A lot! Our College of Arts & Media (CAM) is always innovating. The arts aren’t just growing at SEU — they’re thriving. Check out the new and exciting degree programs and extracurricular activities available to our students this fall. New Degrees in Arts & Media While CAM already boasts an extensive ... More


Study Abroad in Uganda

When Delaina Peek and Bryson Barefoot (both Social Work, ’17) decided to study abroad in Uganda, they had no idea how much it would deepen their knowledge of their field. “The Uganda Studies Program (USP) provides a unique, enriching experience for college students to study abroad, fully immerse themselves in another culture, and attain credits and internship hours,” explained Dr. Erica Sirrine, dean of SEU’s College of Behavioral and Social ... More