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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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SEU Professors Reach Alaska

Although it is a part of the United States, Alaska is often overlooked and forgotten. Out in the barren wilderness, known as the Alaskan Bush, there are little to no churches. A few Southeastern professors have noticed this need and have dedicated many years to planting and sowing the seeds of God’s love in various regions. One of these professors is Dr. ... More


April 6, 2020

Top 10 Tips for Preparing for College from Home

Hey, class of 2020. We see you. We know this isn’t how your senior year was supposed to be. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re likely finding yourself attending school virtually, seeing your friends only via video chats, missing all of the end-of high-school stuff you’ve been looking forward to…the list goes on. The struggle is real, but we want you to know that we’re here ... More


Parent Education Series—Going Remote

Southeastern University has released “Going Remote,” a five-part learning series to help the millions of parents across the nation who are now faced with helping their school-aged children with learning from home.  The free videos provide tips and encouragement from two SEU professors of education, Dr. Janet Deck and Dr. Sarah Yates. Together, the professors have more than 30 years of teaching experience. They ... More


US DOE – Federal Student Loan Announcement

In light of COVID-19, the below announcement was sent via the U.S. Department of Education on March 20, 2020. View the release here. WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today that the office of Federal Student Aid is executing on President Donald J. Trump's promise to provide student loan relief to tens of millions of ... More


Uchenna Kanu — Competing on the World Stage

Some moments come once in a lifetime. Uchenna “Uche” Kanu’s, ’19, moment was in front of thousands of fans as she debuted for Nigeria in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup — the most prestigious stage for any soccer player. As she stepped up to the sideline to be subbed onto the ... More


March 19, 2020

The Modern Guide to College — An Interview with Dr. Kent Ingle

Special Offer! As a gift to prospective college students and their parents, The Modern Guide to College is currently available for free at shop.kentingle.com!  (Pay only shipping and handling) We recently had the opportunity to sit down with ... More


MA in Ministerial Leadership – Serving the Church of Today

Southeastern University’s Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership (MAML) program prepares church ministry leaders to meet the diverse and ever-evolving needs of today’s congregations. “The MAML is SEU's longest-running master’s degree, and still the most popular degree offered in our School ... More


February 28, 2020

MBA in Executive Leadership – Redefining Leadership

Revolutionize the business world with Southeastern University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Executive Leadership. This dynamic program ensures kingdom-minded professionals can make, defend, and communicate ethical business decisions.  Flexible start dates and eight-week terms allow you to complete your degree at your own pace — usually ... More


Master of Social Work – Where Passion and Versatility Meet

Southeastern University’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program develops students into competent and compassionate clinical social work practitioners, helping them navigate the intersection between their passion for helping others and a versatile field.  Pursue your MSW degree through ... More


ACPL First Annual Scholarship Essay Contest

Due to the coronavirus/COVID-19, the ACPL has temporarily postponed this contest. Please check back for updates The American Center for Political Leadership (ACPL) at Southeastern University is hosting its first annual essay contest centered around civil discourse and civic engagement. High school students can win up to $1,500 in scholarship prize ... More