2021 Campus Community Updates
With the White House recently announcing that the majority of Americans who want to be vaccinated will be able to do so by May, I am happy to share that these protections mean we can look forward to a return of in-person instruction at normal classroom capacity this fall for traditional students at our Lakeland campus.
We hope to be able to provide an experience close to what it was before COVID-19, with the benefit of added tools and techniques faculty adopted during the pandemic. We anticipate offering in-person experiences with fewer restrictions. We are eagerly awaiting the start of the fall semester on Wednesday, August 25.
If we have learned anything this year, it was to be flexible. We will continue to monitor the advice of health and infectious disease experts and government agencies as we evaluate what life will look like on campus and will continue to keep you informed of any updates.
Online classes will still be available to students as they were prior to the pandemic.
I also want to take this opportunity to thank our COVID-19 Recovery Task Force (CRT) for their phenomenal work in providing our community with plans and guidance as we have navigated the pandemic.
Thank you to everyone who is a part of our SEU community. The role you played in being a Healthy Citizen is what kept our community safe. Your commitment enabled us to remain open throughout the course of the year, something many institutions were unable to do.
With less than two months left in the spring semester, I encourage you to continue to follow all of the protocols that are still in place so we can finish the year strong. Please visit our graduation page for details on our spring commencement ceremonies.
Please be sure to continue to monitor your emails, social media and the SEU website for updated information on the fall 2021 semester.
Thank you for being a Healthy Citizen!
Dr. Kent Ingle
President, Southeastern University