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Category: Academics

International Student Services & Enrollment

SEU welcomes Christian students from more than 33 countries and foreign territories worldwide. In fact, we believe so strongly in the value of expanding Christian higher education to all corners of the world that we have a department specifically dedicated to serving international students. “We’re here to guide our international students every step of the way,” said Betania Torres, director of International ... More


Jacquelyn Ricardo, ESE 4+1 Major

When Jacquelyn Ricardo began college in California, she entered with the intention of studying children’s ministry. However, once she began her classes she realized that it wasn’t her calling. She began to pray that God would show her what He wanted her to do, and in the meantime she moved to Florida “just for adventure” and attended a community college. After a while she began to apply to ... More


New Doctoral Degrees in Leadership at SEU

We’re excited to announce two new doctoral programs —  a PhD in Organizational Leadership and a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership (DSL), bringing the total number of doctoral degrees we offer up to four (the EdD began in 2014 and the More


SEU to Host Honors Visit Event

At SEU, Christ-centered academics are the very foundation of our university, so we welcome students who are ready to put their faith at the center of their learning. We also recognize that many of our students graduate high school with accolades such as high GPAs and exemplary standardized testing scores. That’s why we have an honors program specifically dedicated to these students … ... More


October 14, 2017

Global Pentecostalism Center Fall Lecture

The Global Pentecostalism Center at Southeastern University will host the Fall 2017 Lecture on October 19. Dr. A.J. Swoboda will be the guest speaker. The topic of the lecture is “Tongues and Trees: The Challenges and Possibilities of a Pentecostal Care of Creation.” Swoboda is a professor and author, and pastor of Theophilus Church in urban ... More


September 27, 2017

SEU Launches First MSW in Polk County

This fall, Southeastern launched the first Master of Social Work degree (MSW) in Polk County. This is also the first MSW program in the state of Florida to be offered by an evangelical university. The cohort held its initial class in August with an enrollment of 25 students, surpassing the initial projection of 12 students. Bringing the MSW to SEU “Starting an MSW program was a dream of the Southeastern ... More


September 19, 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


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


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


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