Counseling, Health & Wellness Services
At Southeastern, we are committed to ensuring our students’ good mental and physical well-being. From counseling and health services to exercise classes and recreational activities, there is a wide range of resources available to meet students’ needs in these areas.
Health Forms & Immunizations
All traditional undergraduate students will need to complete the required health forms and attach proof of their immunization history prior to registering for classes and/or moving into campus housing. Immunization records from a doctor’s office, local health department or official high school transcript are acceptable.
- Required Immunization: MMR (two doses)
- Recommended Immunizations: Hepatitis B (three doses) & Meningitis (at age 16 or older)
Health Form Submission:
- Log into the MyPortal (JICS) student portal.
- Click the Forms tab, followed by Health Services in the left hand column.
- Click SEU Health Services Registration Form and complete all pages.
SEU partners with Lakeland Regional Health to provide students with a reliable way to take care of their health here on campus. Students can seek medical assistance on-site for select primary care services, or to receive referrals to local practitioners for further treatment.
As a student at SEU, your student fees allow for unrestricted access to face-to-face assessments and care on campus.
At our Campus Counseling Center, you can participate in individual or group counseling with our licensed mental health care providers. With Timely MD’s TimelyCare app, you’ll have 24/7 access to mental health counseling, designed to assist with your individual needs.
Health & Wellness
In addition to our beautiful Aquatics Center, complete with a pool and whirlpool, we offer plenty of ways for students to stay fit and have fun, including dozens of exercise classes each year.
SEU Care Team
Made up of university administrators and faculty representatives, our SEU Care Team is a campus unit that exists to promote campus health and safety by identifying and assisting SEU students exhibiting signs of duress.
Required: MMR (two doses)
Recommended: Hepatitis B (three doses) & Meningitis (at age 16 or older)
My name is Anastasia Brokas and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with young women. My hope is to empower and equip this next generation of young women to become healed and whole through the understanding of their mental health and the therapy process. Along with working with SEU students, I own my own private practice Always Becoming Counseling. Outside of being a therapist I love things like coffee, reading, and hanging out with my husband.
My name is Kelsey Thomas and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who currently specializes in providing counseling services to students on campus at the collegiate level. I have a passion for serving people through practical therapeutic techniques while helping them to adjust and work through environmental and personal changes. I use a holistic approach to mental health in dealing with one’s environment as well as current physical, emotional, and spiritual stressors.