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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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Dr. Bob Houlihan’s Hurricane Relief Efforts

At SEU, our faculty members show excellence, dedication and compassion both in the classroom and in the community. Dr. Bob Houlihan of SEU's Barnett College of Ministry & Theology is the founder and chair of Crossroads Alliance & Ministries. This organization is one of many ... More


SEU Community Address – Hurricane Irma

The Southeastern University community is continuing to pray and give resources to support relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Irma. Below is an update and expression of gratitude from our president, Dr. Kent Ingle, for everyone who worked to keep our campus and students safe before, during and after the storm. [embed]https://vimeo.com/234055354[/embed] SEU Community Address - Hurricane Irma from More


Hurricane Irma: A Note from Dr. Ingle

SEU Community, This morning I am incredibly grateful for God’s protection over our SEU community and campus as we weathered Hurricane Irma. The storm passed through Lakeland late last night as a Category 2 hurricane. It’s during times like this that our faith is strengthened and we are truly reminded of what’s most important to us – the safety and well-being of our families and friends. First and foremost, ... More


September 11, 2017

Hurricane Irma Updates

Wednesday, September 13, 1:45 p.m. Campus All Clear We would like to welcome our staff, faculty and students back to campus. We know because of Hurricane Irma many of you are facing difficult times as you clean up your homes, clear debris and wait for power to be restored. We will make it through this as a community, and we ... More


September 5, 2017

Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort Update

The Southeastern University community is continuing to pray and give resources to support relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Below is an update and expression of gratitude from one of our Barnett College Pastoral Advisory Board members, Jeremy Foster of Hope City in Houston. His church has been on the ground serving and helping those in need. We are thankful for Pastor Jeremy, his church and the many ... More


September 4, 2017

SEU Reaches Record Enrollment

News Coverage This exciting milestone for SEU was featured on Bay News 9. Click here to watch: Record Enrollment at Southeastern University—as Featured on Bay News 9 from Southeastern University on Vimeo. A Record-Breaking Year Southeastern University started our academic year on Wednesday, August 30, with record-breaking ... More


Hurricane Harvey: A Call to Respond

By Kent J. Ingle, D.Min. President Southeastern University Over the weekend, the city of Houston and the communities of the Southeastern portion of Texas were hit by Hurricane Harvey, which brought over 130 mph winds and more than 56 inches of rain. This rainfall is the largest recorded total in the history of the state of Texas, and the Colorado River, which surrounds the city of Houston, is already at 27 feet ... More


August 28, 2017

Welcome Weekend 2017

The new school year is here! We're so excited to welcome our new students to the Fire Family this weekend, to reconnect with our returning students and to see what God has in store for our campus community. 2017 Orientation Info Our staff, faculty and student leaders are all ready to welcome you home to SEU. Be sure to visit our Fall 2017 ... More


August 25, 2017

First Doctor of Ministry Cohort

Southeastern University’s first Doctor of Ministry cohort*, which launched in the fall of 2016, is comprised of men and women of varying ages and ethnicities. They are ministers, pastors, leaders and scholars from all walks of life. We sat down with this dynamic group during their summer intensive session to learn their thoughts about the program so far. What Brought Them ... More


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