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Category: Alumni

2021 Virtual Forum at SEU

We are excited to announce this year’s Forum at SEU will be held for FREE, and fully online, on Thursday, March 11, from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST.  The Forum is SEU’s annual leadership event that offers leadership training from premier thought leaders. This ... More


Johnny Berry — Working Out of this World

Johnny Berry, ’08, had been teaching high school math and science for five and a half years after graduating from ... More


November 30, 2020

Victoria Garcia — Life in the Fast Lane

What began as an internship with NASCAR shortly after graduation put Victoria Garcia,’13, on the track to a full-time job with the organization years later. As a production assistant for the International Broadcasting Department of NASCAR Media Group, Victoria spends her days doing a wide range of ... More


Eliza Babarczy — Woodworking for Missions

In the heart of the Peten jungle, the second largest remaining tropical forest in Central America, Eliza Babarczy, ’08, is using handcrafted exotic wood to make a difference within a local community in Guatemala. Named after the lake they are located next to and the last Mayan group to live in the area, Itza ... More


November 16, 2020

Bob Griffith — Restoring Hope

What started with Dr. Bob Griffith’s, ’19, doctoral dissertation has now surmounted into a nonprofit organization that is transforming his community through foster care ministry.  Bob is the founder and acting president of 1HOPE, a non-profit organization that uses neighborhood, professional, and faith-based energy ... More


5 Things You Need to Know About the FAFSA

Scholarships at SEU There are great scholarships available for about 99 percent of incoming freshmen at Southeastern, and a portion of them could come from the information you provide when you fill out the FAFSA (a.k.a. the five letters that are your ticket to paying for college). What is the FAFSA? FAFSA is an ... More


SEU Celebrates First Generation College Students

In honor of the annual National First-Generation College Celebration on November 8, we’re giving a shout-out to all of the members of the Fire Family — current students and alumni — who were the first in their families to go to college. “Being a first generation college student has meant so much to me,” said Chris Bryant, ... More


How to Fit in Grad School

If you’re looking to advance in your field, graduate school is the bridge between where you are now and your career goals. Advanced degrees grant students a deeper awareness of the ideas, technologies, and issues within their preferred field. However...they also require your finances and time, and some of us just can’t seem to get past the price tag or time commitment.  More


SEU Provost Dr. Hackett to Retire

Southeastern University’s long-standing provost, Dr. William Hackett, Jr., has announced that he will be retiring at the end of the 2020–21 academic year. Hackett first came to the university in 1988 and has served as provost since 2012.  [caption id="attachment_13344" align="alignright" width="260"] More


The Ainsworths — Entrepreneurs at Heart

Less than one percent of applicants are accepted to become operators at Chick-fil-A each year. Brittany (Clements) Ainsworth, ’09, was one of them. As the operator of the Chick-fil-A in Palm Beach Gardens Mall, one of the busiest malls in the country, Brittany leads a team of enthusiastic workers who aim to provide the restaurant’s famous second-mile service to their customers. “I consider ... More


April 17, 2020