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Category: Community

The Potential Principle – Mark Sanborn

Highlight from the 2018 Forum at SEU “The better you become, the harder it is to get better.” Wait. What? Why get better if you’re already doing great? “Think about it. In business, you only know what worked yesterday,” said Mark Sanborn to a ... More


April 3, 2018

Creative Leadership — SEU Forum 2018

The moment the Forum at SEU began the morning of March 15, 2018, everyone assembled knew they were in for an unforgettable event. “We want to help everyday people become extraordinary leaders,” said SEU Executive Vice President Dr. Chris Owen, who served as the host of the event. “Our three goals are to laugh, learn and connect.” And for the two ... More


March 23, 2018

SEU’s Multicultural Department

Positive Change SEU has taken many positive steps in recent years to further the diverse culture on our campus. This year a new department has been established to continue that momentum. The Department of Multicultural Affairs will ensure that diversity is continuing to be embedded throughout SEU, and that these conversations continue with everyone in our community. “We value ... More


Fire English — What Words Can Do

By Suzanne Nichole Jones, SEU Student What would it be like to walk through life, knowing you have something to offer the world and being pushed aside as useless, ignorant and an outsider — not because you cannot speak, but because you cannot speak the same language? New Place, New Language Unlike our daily, more superficial frustrations that are often ... More


Career Week 2018

“How can you help me get a job after graduation?” This is one of the most common questions that students (and their parents!) need answered when they’re considering their college options. At Southeastern University, not only do we help students find jobs, we help them find their calling More


SEU Conference 2018

Gathered in a remote corner of campus, a room full of students and staff bow their heads, praying for God’s strength, guidance and favor in the remaining days before SEU Conference, the largest annual event hosted by SEU (other than commencement). For months this “dream team,” led by Campus Pastor Phil Urdiales, has prepared every detail of SEU Conference — meeting about, planning ... More


Global Pentecostalism Center Spring Lecture

The Global Pentecostalism Center at Southeastern University will host the Spring 2018 Lecture on February 22. Dr. Peter Kuzmic will be the guest speaker. The topic of the lecture is “Pentecostalism in the Context of (Post) Communism.” About Dr. Peter Kuzmic [caption id="attachment_16278" align="... More


SEU Concert for Military Veterans

Sinfonia – Connecting the Arts & Community In engagement with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra, Southeastern University is proud to present Sinfonia: Connecting the Arts & Community. This night of music will be held on March 20, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Victory Church in Lakeland, and it will serve as a tribute to the military members in ... More


February 6, 2018

SEU Welcome Center Groundbreaking

Southeastern University will be getting a new front door next year to welcome prospective students and guests. Since the campus moved to its present location on Longfellow Boulevard in 1952, the Addison Building, which overlooks Lake Bonny, has served as the main administration building and reception center for guests. It was, in fact, the very first building constructed on the property. More


Pentecostal Leadership Council at SEU

On Thursday, January 25, Southeastern University invited members of the Executive Leadership Team of the Assemblies of God to join us for a Pentecostal Leadership Council. The intent of the council is to discuss and formulate ideas for Southeastern’s Barnett College of Ministry & Theology in order to shape the future of Pentecostal leaders. The AG leadership team joined 20 pastors from across the United States, along with Southeastern’s leadership ... More